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Syndicate: ALLIANCE FOR CHANGE LIVE ON THE FREE B92 WEB SITE


From: "Gordan Paunovic" <gpaunovic@hotmail.com>
Subject: ALLIANCE FOR CHANGE LIVE ON THE FREE B92 WEB SITE
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 10:55:24 GMT

Live audio/video Netcast of Alliance for Change Rally in Belgrade today!

21 September 1999, 6pm CET
http://www.free b92.net


Free B92 and Free Serbia will jointly present live Internet coverage of the 
Alliance for Change rally to be  held on September 21 at 6.00 pm in Republic 
Square, Belgrade.  The leaders of all opposition parties in the Alliance for 
Change coalition are expected to speak at the rally along with prominent 
figures from the 1996/97 civil protests and dismissed trade union activists, 
journalists and academics.

There will be live audio streams available in
- english (http://www.freeb92.net/miting/indexeng.html), and
- serbian (http://www.freeb92.net/miting/index.html)

as well as real video stream (in serbian).


More on rally - from the Free B92 news page 
http://www.freeb92.net/archive/e/:

Alliance in fresh bid to oust Milosevic

BELGRADE, Monday -- The Serbian opposition coalition Alliance for Change 
will resume its campaign to oust Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic on 
Tuesday, with a fresh wave of nation-wide street protests. Zoran Djindjic, 
head of the Democratic party, the dominant force in the Alliance, said today 
that "daily street protests are the only way for the people to win a change 
of this non-democratic regime". The Alliance said the protests would be held 
in 19 towns in Serbia on Tuesday, including Belgrade and the second and the 
third largest cities, northern Novi Sad and southern Nis. Djindjic said that 
on Wednesday, the daily rallies would be held in 35 towns, while by the end 
of the week, protestors will gather on the streets of 50 different towns and 
cities throughout Serbia. The protests will take place in stages to "remind 
citizens what Milosevic has done to the economy, the health care system and 
farming", Djindjic told a private TV station in Kragujevac. "We will also 
come out with proposed legislation which an interim government, consisting 
of experts, would adopt," Djindjic said. Alliance for Change Coordinator 
Vladan Batic told the press conference that the rallies in Serbia would stop 
"the moment Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic steps down". Batic said 
that the rally in Belgrade would mark the beginning of a new history of 
Serbia and added that all the Alliance leaders would address the 
demonstrators along with dismissed journalists and academics and people from 
the civil protests in Serbia in 1996 and 1997.


Free B92 web team

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