Monday, March 17, 2014

Election Night Fever

Groups of citizens: Dosta je bilo! (It was enough!) Election HQ, Central Belgrade, 16. March 2014. Led by former Economy Minister Saša Radulović who was running independently this year Parliamentary elections. In a political landscape dominated by populist conformism, Saša Radulović did a campaign based on ideas, which is unusual for Balkans. He accused ruling party leader Aleksandar Vucic for engagement in corruption, and for misleading the public about foreign investments. Radulović's presence on social media is significant, and prior to joining the Serbian government he had a successful Silicon Valley career. Serbia's center-right Progressives won an outright majority in parliament on Sunday.

Photographs: Saša Čolić©Kamerades

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

In future we trust

 "In future we trust", Serbian Progressive Party parasitic system. Zemun, Belgrade. 2014.

"After the bread, education is the first need for people", Georges Jacques Danton (XVIII century) quotation. St. Sava school used as the Polling Station. Niš, Southern Serbia. 2012.

Photographs: Saša Čolić©Kamerades