Slobodan Milosevic used to resort to “Swiss voting” whenever he would start muddling: in 1990, a referendum “first the Constitution, than the election” was held in order to postpone parliamentary election; in May 1992, voting about the hymn and the flag was planted as a bite for federal election; when pressed by requests for his […]

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