Protesters push for opposition, media rights in Serbia

Demonstrations against ruling Serbian Progressive Party call for more freedom for media and opposition parties.

    Anti-government protests in Serbia have continued for the seventh Saturday in a row. Thousands marched in the capital, Belgrade, in protest against President Aleksandar Vucic and his ruling Serbian Progressive Party.

    They are demanding more freedom for the media and the opposition parties.

    Al Jazeera's Jelena Glusac reports from Belgrade.


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