Thousands of people gathered in the cities of Mostar, Banja Luka, Tuzla and Bihac, including the capital Sarajevo, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to protest the cost of living, drawing attention to recent price increases in this country. Thousands of people gathered in the cities of Mostar, Banja Luka, Tuzla and Bihac, including the capital Sarajevo, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to protest the cost of living, drawing attention to recent price increases in this country.

The group gathered outside the parliament building in Sarajevo, hanging banners that read ‘We want justice’ and ‘I don’t want silence’, accusing the government of failing to address the cost of lives.

Expressing that nearly 5,000 people gathered in Sarajevo, one of the organizers, Sanin Musa, said they had made requests such as suspending TBS on fuel, reducing food taxes, increasing the minimum wage, reducing deductions. family circumstances and deductions from wages.

Those gathered in Mostar also drew attention to recent increases and said wages were still in effect. Protests in the cities of Banja Luka, Tuzla and Bihac also demanded that the government find a solution to end the cost of living situation.

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