The first clashes in the ’92 election campaign have disclosed the vulnerability and volatility of the situation in Yugoslavia It was planned that first victim of the election campaign would be Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan Panic, a politician who offered sudden hope and told those in power that they did not know what they were […]
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