A column of people marched through the streets of Belgrade on Saturday evening in the fifth such protest against political violence in the country and putting more pressure on the government to fulfil their demands.
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The organizers announced that between 35,000 and 40,000 people took part, but Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic later cited police estimates that said 5,000 protesters attended the rally.
The protest opened with a moment of silence to honor the victims of a collision between a bus and a train in southern Serbia on Friday.
Protesters have sent their demands to Serbia's public broadcaster RTS.
According to the organizer's announcement, "Radio Television Serbia (RTS) should be a public service for all citizens, instead, it is an accomplice in concealing the truth and creating a parallel, false reality that Aleksandar Vucic has been creating for six years."