Although there were several attempts for provocation by fifteen protesters, protest for justice for Martin Neshkovski, which instead of in front of the Government was held in front of the Assembly, ended peacefully.
The last attempt of part of the protesters to initiate violence was prevented by group of female activists, who stood between them and the police.
A dozen protesters remained sitting on the grass in front of the Assembly and are talking.
Some participants collected waste and plastic bottles from the grass and the road, but there were some who, even though the road was put into use, didn’t allow vehicles to pass.
Most of the special forces and police vehicles left.
Few bottles and eggs were thrown at the building of the Assembly, but there were no seriously injured policemen or protesters.
Protesters called citizens to join them on a peaceful protest tomorrow at 6 pm, but the location has not yet been precisely determined.