The Eighth Session itself, as an event, is of no great importance, except that false security was acquired, the understanding that everything can be accomplished with democratic centralism The Eighth Session took place after a longer period in which dissatisfaction culminated over the previous regime’s results. This was not characteristic of Serbia alone; the population […]

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