19 June 2001 BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–The Serbian parliament fired Vuk Obradovic, one of Serbia’s deputy prime ministers, after several women in his own party, the Social Democrats, accused him of sexual harassment. Obradovic has denied the allegation since, saying his political opponents had set him up. Obradovic was also the head of a governmental anti-corruption commission. […]

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