6 July 1992 When Branimir Kuzmanovic, a student, read the demand for Milosevic’s resignation, the whistling and cries “go away, go away” lasted a full ten minutes. This was, perhaps, the biggest non-violent outburst in Belgrade. The St. Vitus’ Day Rally, organized by DEPOS (Democratic Movement of Serbia) was blessed by Patriarch Pavle of the […]

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