“Whoever wins will have to deal with chaos”, claimed “VREME’s” interviewees two years ago on the eve of the December 1990 elections, when asked the question: What awaits the winner. The forecast about having “to deal with chaos” meant everything on which one could recognize the “fingerprints” of the old authorities, and which was part […]
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