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Matica hrvatskih obrtnika, Zagreb

Druga konferencija o dobroj ekonomiji

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Sarajevo, 27.-30.11.2014

Otvoreni Univerzitet

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Nov

Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju / Kraljice Natalije 45 / Beograd

Stradanje Roma u Srbiji za vreme Holokausta

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Muzej Vojvodine / Dunavska 37 / Novi Sad

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Beograd, Trg republike

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08.12.2014 | Dom omladine Beograda, Beograd
Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung
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07.05.2013 | Beograd

Mariya Ivancheva: The Bulgarian Winter of Protests

RLS - SEE / Mariya Ivancheva: The Bulgarian Winter of Protests

Over the past two months Bulgaria, the most passive country in the traditionally belligerent Balkans, has been shaken by protests. Since the beginning of February Bulgarians in most big cities have been out in the streets, protesting against the increased electricity and heating bills. After a few nights of clashes between police and protesters, the government of Boyko Borissov and his party GERB resigned.

A week of perfunctory negotiations followed. After offering the mandate to all parties in Parliament who had already declined it, President Rossen Plevneliev dissolved the Parliament and appointed an interim government. The election is scheduled on 12 May, too soon for new actors to emerge. To prevent this from happening, the first reform of the new interim government has been to increase the already high prices of electoral campaigning.

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