The opposition was speedily making lists for republican elections, and Micunovic said: “The basic logical rule is that who goes up can also go down. If this holds for the Federal Prime Minister, then it is also true for the republican president.” Kostunica: “The law is unconstitutional. The Serbian presidential function is the only one […]

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