Citizens slowly began to gather at Krajina square in Banja Luka, where protests organized by the Restart RS Association are scheduled for 7 pm, N1’s reporter Mladen Vujinovic reported Wednesday.
Among those present were people from Sarajevo who came to support the people of Banja Luka, as they sarcastically said, “out of boredom”. One of them was Azra Zornic, who told N1 that she want to send sarcastic messages in order to wake up the citizens and provoke reactions from politicians.
“‘I give a litre of blood for a litre of gasoline’ is one of the messages. We, the citizens of Sarajevo came to support the citizens of Banja Luka out of boredom because they too are doing too well. We are here to rejoice, to enjoy the life that today's government has provided us with. I promote the Superhick character who steals from the poor and gives to the rich. What good is €50 to pensioners because they don't even know how to spend it,” said Zornic.
She “thanked” the politicians for succeeding in one thing – uniting people in the country.
“I’d really like to thank the politicians who managed to reunite us and bring us together. We have the same common problems and we all want the same – a better economy, life, a better future for the youth and a better perspective for the elderly. Thank you to the politicians – without you, there would be no gathering where people are together regardless of ethnicity, religion… We are hungry in all three languages,” Zornic concluded.
Protests are scheduled in Tuzla, Mostar, Zenica, Bihac, Gorazde, Travnik, Bijeljina, Prijedor, Doboj and many other cities.