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Gracanica: A dozen buses departed to Belgrade (KIM radio)

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In Gracanica, in the early morning hours, many people gathered in front of the ETC market, which in an organized manner in buses departed to Belgrade, reports KIM radio.

A dozen of buses are transporting people to the rally ”Future for Serbia”, organised today in Belgrade by the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), reports KIM radio.

Gathered citizens said they were going to Belgrade to support Serbia’s president and his policies, and expect the rally to pass peacefully, but there were also those who did not want to give their opinion.

“I expect from the rally to pass peacefully first of all. We are going to support President Vucic because we did not have a better president so far,” said Verica Mladenovic.

“We are ready, there are many people here, I expect the rally to be magnificent. We want to support President Vucic because he is fighting for us, he is the one we have trusted in,” said Radoljub Popovic from Gracanica.

In front of the Elementary School in Gracanica, “Kralj Milutin”, about 45 teachers from secondary and elementary schools departed to Belgrade.

As KIM radio learns, from unofficial sources, classes in secondary schools are shortened to 30 minutes, while classes in elementary schools take place regularly.

In the Health Center in Gracanica, all examinations are regularly performed, but from unofficial sources, KIM radio learns that a number of doctors, as well as the director of the Health Center in Gracanica, are gone to Belgrade.

The president of the European Movement of Serbs, Rada Trajkovic, says the rally does not represent an expression of a free will of the citizens.

“This is solidarity or support, which in a way Vucic imperatively demands of the citizens of Serbia. As I’m informed and the citizens from Republika Srpska will come. This rally will overcome all previous gatherings when it comes to the number of people expected, but for us everything is a problem. This is a reflection, not a mood of the citizens, but an imperative, an order, a condition that they have to go to a rally, this is not a good will of the citizens to go,” said Rada Trajkovic for RTV Kim.

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