9 November 1992 In only three weeks, Zoran Asanin, a self-created entrepreneur from Novi Sad and a sympathizer of the opposition, rallied about 11,400 people in the Vojvodina Association of hard currency bank account owners, he organized three "blockades of banks" and a protest rally in front of the Yugoslav Assembly's Chamber of Citizens, he […]

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