14 June 1993 The beginning of the “competition” was, of course, immediately accompanied by speculations on who would be the new president. Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, who has the main say in the whole issue, was least disturbed. Namely, he still doesn’t have the name of the person who is to become the third Yugoslavia’s […]

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