by Slavko Živanov Every poll throughout the campaign showed that the opposition candidate, Vojislav Koštunica, was in the lead and would likely get the most votes in the 24 September elections. But while many coveted a victory in the first round, few actually expected it would happen. Aside from Koštunica, Vuk Drašković and Vojislav Šešelj […]

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