22 March 1993 On March 18, the Serbian Parliament flatly refused to form the Inquiry Committee to investigate Prime Minister Radoman Bozovic’s responsibility, as the corruption of power flourished during his term and his two minister were arrested. On the other hand, the extent of the fight against crime is not limited, so that it […]

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