Serbian friends 2016 dating
For the second consecutive year, activists and NGOs campaigning for the rights of LGBTI people held a Pride Parade in Belgrade.The event passed off with no major violent incidents, albeit under heavy police protection and with little public support.The opinions expressed in this report are those of the author(s).In 2015, Serbia’s democracy continued the modestly negative trajectory observed in 2014.The ratings are based on a scale of 1 to 7, with 1 representing the highest level of democratic progress and 7 the lowest.
Despite the challenges faced by many well-established nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) when it comes to funding, civil society life in Serbia remained vibrant and lively.
In March, Serbia completed the first phase of EU accession negotiations, known as “screening,” and the first negotiating chapters were opened in December.
In addition, Belgrade and Pristina made significant progress in implementing the 2013 Brussels Agreement through accords agreed in August, helping the further normalization of relations.
By contrast, the media remained under heavy pressure.
Editors and journalists continued to complain of government attempts to interfere with editorial policy and limit critical reporting.Each spoke of the spider graph represents one category of NIT rated from 1 to 7, with 1 representing the highest level of democratic progress and 7 the lowest.