The whole month has been leading up to this projected turn out. Yesterday saw a cadre of young people organized in groups to discuss their future and the future of protest and activism in Bosnia using Social Media to gather people, ideas, opinions.
Twitter & Facebook has been bustling with people sending in pictures of themselves, friends, family declaring support for the protests in Sarajevo today and tonight. Other parts of Bosnia created their own but many came to the capital with the occasional group from the RS entity chiming in via Facebook.
According to the Sarajevo Times, Bosnian protesters are demanding that in addition to a swift resolution to the JMBG amendment lingering in Parliament, that a fund be created for sick children culled from a reduction in parliamentary salaries. Whether this suggestion will be heeded or not is anyone's guess.
It's evening in Bosnian now, and there has been heightened awareness from international media outlets now reporting today's demonstrations . Aljazeera Balkans, covering the addition of Croatia into the EU for most of the weekend, today published the #JMBG logo on their digital magazine front page which was taken as a sign of positive recognition from one of the foremost media outlets.