MINISTER OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS Aleksandar Vulin stated today that Serbia is a democratic country in which everyone has the right to express their protest, but that preventing other citizens from moving freely is an attempt to provoke conflicts and riots.
– Spoiling the daily life of our fellow citizens, preventing them from moving normally is not something that is politics, it is living. It is an attempt to provoke conflicts and an attempt to make riots – Minister Vulin told reporters after the ceremonial opening of the border crossing and the commissioning of the “Bratoljub” bridge, which connects the municipalities of Bratunac and Ljubija.
According to him, the main reason for yesterday’s gathering was to stop the arrival of supporters of the Serbian Progressive Party in Belgrade.
– Of course it did not work and there is no reason to succeed, such things should not happen. Now I see in the media, those who broke the law all day yesterday are now talking about breaking the law – said Minister Vulin.
He specified that no assembly was approved, that no competent body gave the appropriate permission, acting in absolute accordance with the law.
In several places, as Minister Vulin stated, the police were attacked, and the law was violated every second during yesterday, and then we heard those same people in some media talking about some kind of violation of the law.
– I hope that everyone who deals with politics will understand that there can be no sign of equality between politics and breaking the law – said Minister Vulin.
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