Serb leader on hunger strike to force vote

Opposition leader takes action to pressure president to announce early elections.

    About 50,000 people have joined an opposition rally in Belgrade, the Serbian capital, calling on Boris Tadic, the president, to announce early elections.

    Tomislav Nikolic, the Conservative opposition leader, asked his supporters to join him in a hunger strike, and several thousand people said they would.

    Aljosa Milenkovic reports from Belgrade.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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