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Serbians who have been protesting against the government for the past three months held a silent march on Tuesday to commemorate the 16th anniversary of the murder of Serbia's liberal Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic.
The commemoration was held under the slogan "If we do not succeed today, the only reason is we ourselves" - one of Djindjic's own sayings.
Mass protests have covered the Balkans. What is the cause of the people's dissatisfaction in Albania, Serbia and Montenegro, and is there any chance the stability of the Balkans to be threatened, Albania and Kosovo's former ambassador to Bulgaria Bobby Bobev commented in the morning block of the Bulgarian National Television.
Protesters against the rule of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic - angered by the decision of the Belgrade city authorities last week to remove stickers reading "Vucic's lies" immediately after a rally - pasted thousands of new stickers along the route of Saturday's rally.
The stickers quoted Vucic's unfulfilled promises.
Accoding to the Serbian government, Steganovic, speaking in Istanbul on Wednesday, said this was happening as the country was "trying to preserve the security of its citizens, while respecting the basic human rights of migrants."
On this day in 1804, the Serbs, led by Djordje "Karadjordje" Petrovic, decided to start the First Uprising against occupying Ottoman Turks.
On the same day in 1835, the first constitution of the modern Serbian state was adopted in the town of Kragujevac.
President Aleksandar Vucic is this Friday presenting state decorations to deserving individuals and institutions.