Dveri for the permanent ban of the Gay Parade

Belgrade, 25.02.2014.

Vladan Glišić, one of the leaders of the ultra-right-wing movement „Dveri”, which will take part at the upcoming parliamentary elections, in today’s daily “Kurir” in a column “Face to face”, presented a brief pre-election program of his movement whose basis include: law for the protection of over-indebted families, law for investigating the origin of property of all politicians and tycoons since 1989 to date and a permanent ban of the gay parade in Serbia.

vladan-glisicGlišić said that “Dveri” movement represents the political future of Serbia as only they have a clear anti-party policy, are the only ones who advocate family based society and are clearly opting for the Eurasian integration of Serbia. “The upcoming elections are just one phase of a struggle we are having in the long run. We do not worry about percentages because through this elections we are creating a strong organisation for future events” he said and pointed out that through their election program they offer following laws: law for the protection of over-indebted families, law for investigating the origin of property of all politicians and tycoons since 1989 to date and a permanent ban of the gay parade in Serbia.

“Dveri” movement also took part at the previous parliamentary elections in the 2012, and although they didn’t pass the census threshold of 5% required to enter parliament they won 4.33%. In the last few years by using existing homophobia in society and opposing LGBT rights, Dveri have practically built their organisation through a variety of activities, petitions and rallies such as the “Family Walk”.

Source: Kurir, Info Center GSA
Photo: Dveri

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA; Alliance) has started another campaign in this election cycle for the upcoming Serbian parliamentary elections – the new campaign is called “Your vote, your tomorrow“. The campaign’s goal is to make political parties and groups participating in the elections take a public stance on questions regarding human rights, including the rights of LGBT people, as well as to include these issues in their pre-election programmes and platforms, offering concrete solutions for reducing violence, discrimination and homophobia. Another aim of the campaign is to invite LGBT people, as well as their parents, relatives, friends and other citizens to vote for those political options which, among other things, advocate for improving the status of LGBT people, for equality and respect of human and minority rights.
Through various activities, GSA aims to offer LGBT people and all other citizens, a clear insight into the attitudes of all relevant political parties and coalitions, regarding LGBT human rights. GSA’s campaign “Your vote, your tomorrow“ will mostly take part on the Internet and through social networks, and all interested citizens will be able to follow the campaign on GSA’s website in the column Elections 2014 (www.en.gsa.org.rs/elections-2014), and on the social networks Facebook (www.facebook.com/GSAlijansa) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/GSAlijansa).

 

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