The Constitutional court of Serbia rejected proposal to ban citizens’
associations “Srpski narodni pokret 1389″ (Serbian People’s Movement
1389) from Belgrade and SNP “Nasi” (Serbian People’s Movement “Ours”)
Republic prosecutor’s office asked from the Constitutional court in
April to ban the registered organization SNP 1389 represented by Misa
Vacic, and also to ban unregistered organization SNP Nasi from
Arandjelovac as well as SNP Nasi 1389.
As the reason to ban these organizations, state prosecutor’s office
listed the organizations’ activities which threaten to violate the
Constitution, rights guaranteed by the Constitution, and causing
ethnic, religious, racial and homophobic hatred and discrimination.
The Constitutional court analyzed the organizations’ programs and
activities and determined that in this particular case the conditions
to ban these organizations have not been met.