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Serbia / Anti-Government Protests #404029

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 17, 1996
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The joining of the anti-government protests in Serbia by thousands of disgruntled workers reported.

(Belgrade: Peter Arnett) The daily demonstrations in Serbia featured; scenes shown from the streets of Belgrade and of the meeting of President Slobodan Milosevic with a student delegation. [Student demonstrator Predrag CVETICANIN, union spokesman Rade RADOVANOVIC - (thru translator), opposition leader Vuk DRASKOVIC - comment on Milosevic's promises and their goals.] The importance of the workers to both Milosevic and the opposition demonstrators outlined. [Political analyst Milan PROTIC - comments on the situation.]

Arnett, Peter;
Shaw, Bernard

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