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GONG[edit]

I have removed "GONG in Croatia" as a Lasting legacy of OTPOR. GONG is a NGO that monitors elections in Croatia and nowdays in other parts of the wold. It was funded in 1997, way before OTPOR was created. Marko Jurcic

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Sources[edit]

The Guardian's article will be OK. I changed "will be remembered for emboldening" for "has become the model for" following this source, "will be" sounds as a crystal ball. Here are the sources I removed in case they are useful:

Please remember we should avoid blogs, specially if they make contentious claims about third parties. JRSP (talk) 20:29, 29 February 2008 (UTC)

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Add somehow[edit]

With Gene Sharp, Srdja Popovic (Srđa Popović) in 2011, was named by Foreign Policy magazine to its list of top global thinkers.[1]

Maybe in Otpor!#Srđa Popović and Ivan Marović? 99.181.139.218 (talk) 04:46, 4 December 2011 (UTC)

Popović excerpt ...

Reading list: Small Acts of Resistance, by Steve Crawshaw and John Jackson; The Autumn of the Patriarch, by Gabriel García Márquez; Join the Club, by Tina Rosenberg. Best idea: The Maldives as the first carbon-neutral country. Worst idea: That Arabs are "too immature for democracy."

99.190.81.65 (talk) 10:17, 4 December 2011 (UTC)

References

Unattributed direct quote[edit]

The following sentence, in the fifth paragraph of the "After Milosevic" section, is lifted verbatim from source 12/34 (the Carnegie Council report). It needs to be re-written and correctly attributed.

"Otpor boasted tremendous leverage in the months following Milosevic's resignation, but failed to focus it into permanent political or social structure in the new transitional and more democratic reality of Serbia. An intensely heterogeneous movement of leftists and conservatives, monarchists and republicans, nationalists and cosmopolitans, after Milosevic's departure, Otpor had lost the most important glue that bound it together." — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ahalterman (talkcontribs) 12:44, 26 January 2012 (UTC)

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Requested move 16 July 2019[edit]

Otpor!Otpor – Every single source cited in the article (that is not dead link) refers to the organization as "Otpor" (i.e. without the exclamation mark). "Otpor!" is just a stylization used on posters and other promotional material, but even the organization itself used "Otpor" in writing. According to WP:SE7EN, characters that are not pronounced amd are included only for stylization should be avoided unless used by the majority of reliable sources. Vanjagenije (talk) 22:01, 16 July 2019 (UTC)