14 June 1993 The Serbian Constitutional court has started dealing with the Serbian public prosecutor’s request to ban the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO). Those familiar with constitutional court procedures claim that the proceedings – if properly conducted – could by no means be over before autumn. In the meantime, there should be no problems for […]

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