With the help of a retroactive law, the socialist-radical majority “took over” the federal parliament, while six opposition parties left the Serbian assembly 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 […]

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