On the same day when Milos Radulovic, President of the Federal Assembly’s Chamber of Citizens, realized with astonishment that he had become the acting Yugoslav president, the thirty-day “competition” for the federal state’s new president started in accordance with the Constitution The beginning of the “competition” was, of course, immediately accompanied by speculations on who […]

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