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Government to voice its position on Pride Parade at one of its upcoming sessions

19. August 2011. | 09:27

Source: Tanjug

The Serbian government will voice its position on the Pride Parade at one of its upcoming sessions, Serbian government's public relations coordinator Slobodan Homen stated on Thursday.

The Serbian government will voice its position on the Pride Parade at one of its upcoming sessions, Serbian government's public relations coordinator Slobodan Homen stated on Thursday.

Commenting the request by Serbian Interior Minister Ivica Dacic that the Pride Parade should be backed by a united stand of the ruling coalition, Homen stated for the Belgrade TV B92 that this will not be a problem once the government makes the final decision on this event.

As for the organization of such events, which should be authorized by the Constitution and the laws, if they are announced in keeping with the regulations, the police have to secure or forbid them, said Homen, who is also the state secretary in the ministry of justice.

Dacic earlier called on the representatives of the government to state their positions on the Pride Parade so that this one and similar issues are not turned into police problems, and added that the state and city authorities should confer with representatives of gay associations in order not to leave the police be the only one to meet with them so far.
The first Belgrade Pride Parade was held on October 10, 2010 when the opponents of the manifestation caused incidents and clashed with the police.


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