Protesters march during a protest against Prime Minister Vucic in Belgrade, Serbia, Tuesday, April 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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Thousands of mostly young people joined protests Tuesday for a second consecutive night in several Serbian cities against Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic being elected the country's next president.Vucic on Sunday won the presidential election in the first round with a clear majority, garnering 55 percent of votes, and will take office as president in late May.It was not clear if any group was behind the protests as participants said they had no leader and were organised through the Facebook social network."It is fine as long as it is peaceful," Vucic said.His main rival, ex-ombudsman Sasa Jankovic who came second in the vote with 16 percent, supported the protest but urged participants to keep it non-violent.
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