YUGOSLAVIA: OPPOSITION PROTESTERS CONTINUE 20-DAY OF CHALLENGE AGAINST ELECTION FRAUD AND SUPPORT DETAINED...
- Title: YUGOSLAVIA: OPPOSITION PROTESTERS CONTINUE 20-DAY OF CHALLENGE AGAINST ELECTION FRAUD AND SUPPORT DETAINED STUDENT DEJAN BULATOVIC
- Date: 9th December 1996
- Summary: NOVI SAD AND BELGRADE, YUGOSLAVIA (DECEMBER 9, 1996/RECENT) (RTV - ACCESS ALL) NOVI SAD, YUGOSLAVIA (DECEMBER 9, 1996) 1. LV/SV OF STUDENTS DEMONSTRATING, CHANTING (3 SHOTS) 0.14 2. SV CRANE, PAN DOWN TO STUDENTS WITH POSTER 0.21 3. SV BALLOONS BEING HOISTED UP ON CRANE (2 SHOTS) 0.31 4. SLV/LV STUDENTS MARCHING WITH BANNERS (2 SHOTS) 0.40 5. SV EXTERIOR OFFICES OF STATE CONTROLLED NEWSPAPER "DNEVNIK" PAN TO STUDENTS MARCHING 0.44 6. SV/CU STUDENTS BURNING NEWSPAPERS AND HOLDING BANNERS (2 SHOTS) 0.56 7. CU EGGS ON WINDOW OF OFFICES OF NEWSPAPER "DNEVNIK" 1.00 8. LV STUDENTS WITH BANNERS 1.05 BELGRADE, YUGOSLAVIA (RECENT) 9. LV/CU OF EFFIGY OF SERBIAN PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC DRESSED IN PRISON UNIFORM HELD UP DURING DEMONSTRATION (3 SHOTS) 1.20 10. CU PHOTO OF ARRESTED STUDENT DEJAN BULATOVIC 1.22 BELGRADE, YUGOSLAVIA (DECEMBER 9, 1996) 11. LV DEMONSTRATORS MARCH DOWN STREET WITH BANNERS 1.28 12. SV DEMONSTRATOR MARCHES DOWN STREET WITH FLAG 1.32 13. LV DEMONSTRATORS MARCH DOWN STREET WITH BANNERS 1.38 14. SLV/SV POLICEMAN WITH PROTESTERS/ (2 SHOTS) 1.56 15. CU EXTERIOR OF POLICE STATION PAN SV PROTESTERS 2.00 16. SV PROTESTERS 2.04 17. CU POSTER OF THE TRADE UNION INDEPENDENCY ON THE WALL 2.07 18. MCU AN "INDEPENDENCY" TRADE UNION LEADER, RADE RADOVANOVIC SAYING OUR MEMBERSHIP ARE ON THE STREETS DAILY. IN TWO DAYS WILL START STRIKES IN BASIC UNION. VERY INTERESTED IN PEACEFUL REVOLUTION AND AVOIDING VIOLENCE. (ENGLISH) 2.50 19. LV/SV OF PROTESTERS GATHERED IN SQUARE WITH BANNERS (5 SHOTS) 3.05 20. LAS/CU ZAJEDNO OPPOSITION COALITION LEADER VUK DRASKOVIC ADDRESSING RALLY (SERBO-CROAT) (2 SHOTS) 3.22 21. CU DRASKOVIC IN CROWD 3.25 22. MCU DRASKOVIC WALKING AND SAYING (SERBIAN PRESIDENT) SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC'S PARLIAMENT AND WE ARE NOW DEMONSTRATING FOR THE RESIGNATION OF THAT MAN WE ARE NOT GOING TO THE PARLIAMENT TOMORROW (ENGLISH) 3.39 23. SV DRASKOVIC WALKING AWAY 3.43 24. CU WINDOW OF ROOM CONTAINING POSTER OF DRASKOVIC 3.47 25. SLV PEOPLE PASS BY WINDOW 3.50 Initials Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved.
- Reuters ID: LVA8YVNX0CKTX1AITQDPIGT62YL9
- Location: NOVI SAD AND BELGRADE, YUGOSLAVIA
- Country: Yugoslavia
- Duration: 00:03:51
- Story Text: INTRO: Opposition protesters in Yugoslavia have continued todemonstrate against election fraud, showing no sign of relenting in their 20-day-old challenge to President Slobodan Milosevic's rule.
More than 7,000 students gathered for the seventh day in Novi Sad on Monday (December 9) in peaceful support of their Belgrade colleagues who have been protesting for more than three weeks.
Unlike in other major towns where the opposition has won in the local elections and their victory was annulled later, the Socialists conceded defeat in Novi Sad.
Novi Sad is the provincial capital of Vojvodina, the north Serbian province, which is home for more than 40 nationalities.
Students burnt old newspapers and threw eggs on the state-controlled daily "Dnevnik".
The students in Novi Sad are demanding the recognition of recent election results, the objective media coverage of the current protest, and the restoration of their abolished local student radio and television station.
In Belgrade, more than 30,000 students gathered on Monday in their latest show of displeasure over the reversal of opposition victories in municipal elections on November 17.
Opposition leader Vuk Draskovic addressed protesters, who were also outraged by reports of a savage beating meted out in prison to Dejan Bulatovic, 21, a worker from the northeastern town of Sid who was arrested on Friday for carrying an effigy of Milosevic in prison garb.
Bulatovic's mother alleged that her son's nose was broken, that he was forced to lie naked on the concrete floor of a prison cell with an open window and that, during the beating, a gun barrel was forced into his mouth.
The opposition has staged daily protests attracting up to 150,000 people against the annulment of its victories at local elections last month.
Rade Radovanovic, one of the leaders of the trade union "Independency", which gathers some 700,000 workers, said that he expected to start "very important strikes in basic union" in two days.
"We are very interested to avoid any kind of violence on the streets." he said.
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