The Serbian public prosecutor’s office has only given the reasons for its request to ban the most influential opposition party, but it has still not felt obliged to provide any evidence 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 […]

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