Today's Danas leads with a photo of the action "Waking up from the nightmare" by the Democratic Party (DS) youth organization. They delivered alarm clocks to prime minister Koštunica and charged him with "setting a record in returning Serbia to darkness."
Konstantin Samofalov, president of the Belgrade DS youth group, says that they brought Mr Koštunica alarm clocks to help him wake up, transistor radios to hear the news, and (toy) mobile telelphones to communicate with the people. I think that the sign the fellow with the hat is holding reads "Ko to tamo zeva?" ["Who's that yawning there?"], a reference to Slobodan Šijan's much-loved 1980 film about petty competition between people oblivious to their fate.