Five of the six common sins of the SDS (Serbian Democratic Party), HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union), and SDA (Democratic Action Party), which Public Prosecutor Ivica Stanic is citing in his motion to ban the three parties (submitted to the Superior Court in Sarajevo on June 15, 1992), were committed at the outset of the new […]

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