In Serbian Academia, a Flawed Fight against ‘Tradition’ of Sexual Harassment
Three professors attended. After one left, "seeing where the evening was heading," another grabbed her knee under the table, said Elena. The third, kissing and licking her hand, asked her for sex. In return, he said he would allow her fellow students to complete the course he had expelled them from because of their participation in the protests.
Pursuit of justice
The hearing of Miroslav Aleksić postponed; A banner was waiting for him PHOTO
Aleksic arrived at the Palace of Justice, however, his lawyer Zoran Jakovljevic tested positive for coronavirus, so today's preparatory hearing, scheduled for 12 o'clock, was postponed for October 28. The defense attorney informed the court that he tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and that he could not come, the High Court told Tanjug.
New COVID-19 Rules Keep Travel To-From Balkans Limited
Measures to enter some Balkan and European countries have been tightened in the last 30 days as the number of newly registered COVID-19 cases increases, making travel to and from the region a complicated affair.
Miroslav Mika Aleksić's custody lifted
The Court of Appeals imposed a measure of banning him from leaving the apartment with electronic surveillance (house arrest).
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The indictment against Mika Aleksić returned for revision again
More details will soon be known to the public, which is why the court returned the indictment for revision for the second time, the media report.
Written statement of Nebojsa Stefanovic: I have put up with the lies for a long time
He said that these lies were spread by Dragan Djilas, Vuk Jeremic, Bosko Obradovic and their various spokespersons such as Aleksic, Tepic and the like.
Victims Discouraged by ‘Lenient’ Sentences for Sex Crimes in Serbia
He was one of at least 608 people convicted of sex crimes in Serbia between 2016 and 2020.
But eight years is more than many convicted rapists are jailed for in the Balkan country, where, according to a BIRN investigation of data for the last five years, half were sentenced to five years or less, five years being the minimum sentence under the law since 2017.
Serbian Church Picks Patriarch, Politics in Play
"It was always important for the state to have the support of the Serbian Orthodox Church for its policy, whether domestic or international," he said. "The pressure is not bigger now," Aleksic said, but Vucic's constant presence in the media makes his role appear "most important".
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Detention of Mika Aleksić extended - so that he would not be able to repeat the crime
The pre-trial judge extended his detention with a rationale that he would not be able to repeat the crime in a short period of time, as well as due to public disturbance and the punishment he's threatened for the crime he is charged with.
Aleksic and his lawyer can appeal this decision to the criminal out-of-court panel of the court, the High Court announced.
Aleksic questioned in the prosecution, he was reported by five girls
He was questioned due to the reports of five other girls who subsequently reported him for sexual abuse.
After the hearing, the prosecution extended the investigation against him to new crimes and new victims.
His lawyer, Zoran Jakovljevic, confirmed that Aleksic had been questioned, but did not want to give other details, noting that "there is nothing spectacular".