Frightened by the moves of the opposition, Milosevic’s regime has started anathematizing its adversary. The situation today is almost alike to a hair to the one which preceded the elections in 1990. But now the catastrophe is much bigger “We are not a general manager of the Serbian economy”, said Radoman Bozovic, Serbian Prime Minister, […]
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