Friday, 7 February 2014

#BOSNIA REBELLION!! #BIHAC #SARAJEVO #ZENICA #KAKANj NAZI #NSA TYRANNY! #HERTEGOVINA

BREAKING UPDATE; banksters!!!!!!!!!!!!  See bottom! ;) 
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Protest erupts in Tuzla over unemployment



"Chaos in BiH: The Tuzla rebellion of workers and citizens against government unrest spread to Bihac, Sarajevo, Zenica, Kakanj ...

by Satellite


Tuzla - On the streets of Tuzla, where he held a second day demonstration of disgruntled workers and other citizens, today is a new chaos reigned, as the police started to break up the protests, in which, according to the media, involving several thousand people.

In an emergency health center received 10 policemen and three citizens, mostly with minor injuries inflicted by blunt objects, and many citizens are still occurring due to health problems caused by tear gas that was thrown by police.

Police forces have made a big circle around the Tuzla Canton and thus try to prevent the protesters to return to the building.

Protesters had previously targeted a building cantonal government and the police with stones and eggs, threw firecrackers and flares, the streets are burning rubber, and removed and burned the flag of the Tuzla Canton.

Unofficially Daily Avaz, Prime Minister, ministers and government employees left the building accompanied by the police, and went to the back door.

Fena Agency announced that it had on the streets more than 6,000 protesters, and the Cantonal Government report that they are ready to within the union and the Economic and Social Council, be found possible solutions to the problems of workers and reduce unemployment.

Protesters do not deviate, asking to be released were arrested in yesterday's protests that "the government step down."

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BACKGROUNDERS, on the GEOGRAPHY:

"Tuzla is a city and municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the seat of the Tuzla Canton and Tuzla Municipality, and is the economic, scientific, cultural, educational, health and tourist centre of northeast Bosnia.[1] After Sarajevo and Banja Luka, Tuzla is the third largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Preliminary results from the 2013 Census indicate that the municipality has a population of 120,441.[2]
Tuzla is an educational center and is home to two universities. It is also the main industrial machine and one of the leading economic strongholds of Bosnia with a wide and varied industrial sector including an expanding service sector thanks to tourism to its salt lakes. The city of Tuzla is home to Europe's only salt lake as part of its central park and has more than 100,000 people visiting its shores every year.[3] The history of the city goes back to the 9th century; modern Tuzla dates back to 1510 when it became an important garrison town in the Ottoman Empire.[4]
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tuzla is also regarded as one of the most multicultural cites in the country and has managed to keep the pluralist character of the city throughout the Bosnian war for independence and after, with BosniaksSerbsCroats and a small minority of Bosnian Jewsresiding in the city.[5]

Why not ... NO VIDEO UPLOADS making it OUT of THAT ENTIRE REGION into Daily Motion (at the moment) ... will keep you posted ... meantime ..

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Why not, got to keep the revolutionary spirits up ... WHY WE FIGHT! :)

BREAKING just in

"At least 16 traders have been suspended or put on leave amid the global probe. Citigroup last month fired European spot trading chief Rohan Ramchandani. 

DEUTSCHE BANK

Deutsche Bank dismissed three New York-based traders following an internal investigation, a person familiar with the matter said yesterday. Diego Moraiz, who dealt in Latin American currencies, Robert Wallden, who was questioned by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation last year about his electronic communications concerning foreign-exchange markets, and Christopher Fahy were fired for inappropriate communications, according to the person.

The bank also fired Ezequiel Starobinsky, a trader based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a person with knowledge of the matter said. A phone call to a number for Starobinsky wasn’t answered.

“Deutsche Bank has received requests for information from regulatory authorities that are investigating trading in the foreign-exchange market,” Renee Calabro, a spokeswoman for the company, said in an e-mail. “The bank is cooperating with those investigations and will take disciplinary action with regards to individuals if merited.” 

OWN VOLITION

Others are leaving the industry on their own volition. Citigroup, the third-largest U.S. bank, said foreign-exchange head Anil Prasad will depart the bank to “pursue other interests,” according to an internal memo. His exit isn’t related to the industry probe, said a person with knowledge of the situation.

Steven Cho and Leland Lim, two partners in Goldman Sachs’s currency-trading business, have also left, a person briefed on the matter said. Cho was global head of spot and forward trading of G-10 currencies in New York, while Lim was co-head of macro trading, which includes interest rates and currencies for Asia, excluding Japan, said the person. Cho and Lim were both named partners in 2010.

Prasad, Cho and Lim haven’t been accused of any wrongdoing." Continues

MOAR!

"In Bosnia-Herzegovina, police are reported to have used tear gas as clashes between antigovernment protesters and police took place for the second day in the northern city of Tuzla.
AP reports that 13 people sought medical aid after clashes on February 6 outside the local government building.

Police were reported to have used tear gas to disperse several hundred rock-throwing protesters -- mainly unpaid workers.

They accuse authorities of depriving them of their livelihoods by fraudulently privatizing state-owned companies before allowing them to go bankrupt.

Protests were also reported in the capital, Sarajevo, and elsewhere.

On February 5, more than 20 people were reported injured and 24 arrested in connection with the Tuzla unrest." Continues.

Meantime; over, in UKRAINE ...

Deadlock in Parliament - protesters beat drums - Ukraine

Deadlock in Parliament as protesters beat drums for change in Ukraine by reuters http://dai.ly/x1bde4g/123013

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