Veselinovic forced to pay fine for organizing “Heart for David” rally

A member of the “Let’s Not Drown Belgrade” Movement, Dobrica Veselinović, received a decision for the forced collection of a fine of 40,000 dinars, which was imposed on him for organizing a public gathering called “Heart for David” three years ago, ordering the confiscation of his earnings.

According to the statement of the Movement, this is just one of more than 30 lawsuits that have been conducted or are being conducted against activists Let’s not drown Belgrade, and one of them is the lawsuit of the company “Millennium Team”, which is demanding as much as 100,000 euros in damages.

A member of the Let’s Not Drown Belgrade Movement, Dobrica Veselinović, received a decision for the forced collection of a fine of 40,000 dinars, which was imposed on him for organizing a public gathering called “Heart for David” three years ago, ordering the confiscation of his earnings.

According to the statement of the Movement, this is just one of more than 30 lawsuits that have been conducted or are being conducted against activists Let’s not drown Belgrade, and one of them is the lawsuit of the company “Millennium Team”, which is demanding as much as 100,000 euros in damages.

“While activists and unsuitable citizens are being persecuted, the highest state leadership goes unpunished, committing the most serious crimes,” the Movement points out.

It is stated that the Movement has been the target of the Serbian Progressive Party and its satellites from the moment it was formed.

“In addition to lawsuits that try to sabotage and burden us, they eavesdrop on our phones, and often our activists are monitored,” said the Movement’s representatives, explaining that the common feature of all attacks is that they usually occur when they draw public attention to harmful government moves. or organize protests.

Citing the example when, together with 80,000 citizens, they opposed the felling of the forest on Kosutnjak, the Movement says that within a week, three attempts were made to break into their premises and estimate that these attacks tell them that they are on the right path.

“The names of ministers Sinisa Mali, Nebojsa Stefanovic or Aleksandar Vulin are synonymous with crime,” they claim, adding that in the recently published Pandora papers they received confirmation that people at the highest state level operate in offshore destinations and hide property acquired in violation of the law.

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