Some post offices in Vojvodina have been ordered to previously read and censor messages sent by telefax “if any politician is offended in them”. The only criteria is the judgement of postal clerks. It is assumed that the local offices of the Ministry of Interior will do the rest. This order is very interesting from […]

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