The Belgrade Appeal Court has forced Vesna Pesic and Peščanik legally to pay 200,000 fans with a joint interest to Minister Tu, Nebojša Stefanović, in compensation for non-financial damage for breach of honor and reputation words "Desolation". In the mentioned text, Vesna Pesic said Stefanovic's statements about demolishing facilities at Savamala in April 2016.
With the decision of this court, which confirmed the first case of the Advanced Court case in Belgrade, the Court of Appeal forced Vesna Pesic as the author of the text, the main editor of the portal "Pescanik" Svetlana Lukić and Svetlana Vuković and Peščanik Citizens' Society to pay the jointly mentioned compensation and to compensate for civil proceedings costs in the amount of 93,100 men.
They are also required to issue a final ruling in the first edition of the Peščanik portal, and the court rejected part of the application for a claim to Vesna Pešić and Peščanika Society to issue a final ruling on their own expense, the ruling announced on the Court of Appeal website.
In the explanation of the decision, Tanjug says that the first court in the first place concludes that all forms of communication including the idea and opinion are not included in freedom Expression, as stated in the ruling, "freedom of expression should not be contrary to purpose". It was emphasized that the First Notification Court accurately concludes that all forms of communication from the content of ideas and opinions are not included in freedom of expression, as stated in the ruling, "freedom of expression should not be contrary i purpose ". "In the concrete case, the defendant, Vesna Pesic, who does not argue that the author of the text is just a journalist, is responsive to the principle of subjective accountability provided by provisions Law on Obligations ", which the ruling says.