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Serbia: Fifth night of anti-Vučić protests in Belgrade However no Problem reported

Thousands joined anti-government protests from the Serbian capital of Belgrade on Saturday for its fifth successive day of presentations.

The towns of Novi Sad, Zrenjanin, Cacak, and Nis had calm protests of their own.

Initially sparked with a decision to reimpose a lockdown on Belgrade – that the unrest has become directed at President Aleksandar Vučić’s coronavirus answer that protesters are blaming the next spike in diseases in the united states.

Critics blame the spike in cases of Vučić’s decision to open the state too fast ahead of elections that enlarged his power.

Many are frustrated at the president extending his policy-making power with some saying it’s authoritarian behavior.

The presentations have yet to be directed by any specific party, group length from the left into the far-right.

Meanwhile, Bulgaria is undergoing a wave of mass demonstrations against the authorities that started on Thursday and have kept going until Saturday night.

President Ruman Radev combined demonstrators calling the center-right authorities to step down over accusations of corruption and suppression of freedom of speech.

The protests were triggered by the main prosecutor ordering raids on the president’s headquarters along with having two of the aides detained.