5 April 1993 Unlike Yeltsin, Yugoslav President Dobrica Cosic has still some time to go before surviving the “impeachment” by the Parliament, which does not particularly like him. The Montenegrin MP’s, who shudder at Cosic’s intentions to change the Constitution, so the Federation is strengthened, prevented revoking of the (unconstitutional law), which leaves the President’s […]

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