23 September 2005 ” At those elections Seselj won 100,000 votes, even though he admitted at the time that the Serbian Chetnik Movement did not have more than 10,000 members, if it had that many. “Whoever wins ten times more votes than he has party members, must have a promising political future in Serbia,” concluded […]

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