Feb 6, 2011
The Serbian capital Belgrade has seen its biggest anti-government protest in years as thousands of disenchanted Serbs demanded early elections.
At least 55,000 people turned out in front of parliament after the opposition Serbian Progressive Party called the rally.
Party leader Tomislav Nikolic gave the government two months to call polls or face a civil disobedience campaign.
Serbia’s economic woes have continued as it moves towards EU membership.
This article was posted: Sunday, February 6, 2011 at 6:49 am