In a tense atmosphere after a brief clash between protesters and police in front of the Theatre “Comedy”, protests organized by civil society organizations came to an end.
A small incident happened after the leader of ‘Dignity’ Stojanche Angelov, urged citizens to challenge the police, who, according to him, had no right to prevent citizens from protesting and expressing their anger because the protests were peaceful and among them were no ‘thugs’.

In an attempt to get the police to reconsider and let them protest in front of the EU Info-Centre, citizens shouted “Release the people”, “Nikola the Dictator” and “No to Negotiations.”

One of the protesters publicly asked the police: “Are you a man?” “What is the sentence for electoral fraud?” And “Do the blankets from JNA keep you warm?”

At the end of the protest, Stojanche Angelov spoke to the police and asked them to consider whether in the following days they would join the protesters. He reminded them of bad working conditions, lack of daily wages for being their, and he also told them that they would not lose their jobs of they all crossed to the “other side”.

The protest by the civil organizations began before the Special Prosecutor’s Office, and proceed to the Parliament, where protesters briefly remained in front of the Ministry of Justice, at which they threw bags of colour.

After Parliament, they marched to the government building, where they left the banner “Equality, justice, freedom.” on the iron fence before police.
From the Government, they headed towards the EU Info-Centre, but failed to reach the building because they were intercepted by a unit for quick deployment and a number of armored vehicles.