In Bosnia against the people storming the Palace of the President, the water jet was used
In Sarajevo (Bosnia), protesters pelted the torches on presidential residence. Police used against the rebels water jet.
Palace of the President of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina fired under the influence of lighted torches. Arrived service cars put out the fire.
The incident happened in the capital of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, radio Free Europe reported.
More than a thousand demonstrators gathered at the residence of the President. Attempts of the local police to stop anti-government action were unsuccessful. After the protesters started their aggression and in the windows of the residence torches were thrown, the first alarm shots sounded. Stun grenades were unsuccessful. The rebels were poured with powerful water streams.
It was reported about hundreds of wounded. The place had 11 ambulances.
In the country, the state of emergency is declared. More than 27.5% is unemployed. The actions mostly involve workers who lost their earning. They demand to revise the results of "fraudulently conducted" privatization.