“Along the River Danube, between Belgrade and Novi Sad, there are many modest settlements, home to fishermen and workers who dig sand from the river bed, or dump into it waste from buildings being torn down in nearby cities. Many of those people are without proper jobs, unemployed for years. some are refugees, or youngsters without any prospects—mostly members of the Romany community (Adice, Shangaj, Provalije, Gardinovci, and Ovèa to name a few). On the other hand, along the same shores, luxurious areas have sprung up where so-called ‘transition’ capitalists have built their villas.” (Želimir Žilnik)
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