1 February 1993 On Thursday, the socialist-radical majority in the Serbian Assembly demonstrated its power, technique and intentions when it adopted amendments to the Law on electing members of the Yugoslav Assembly’s Chamber of Republics with which, according to the opposition, it broke the constitution, since it changed the electoral law retroactively, during the electoral […]

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