19 July 1993 Straying, endless quarrels, changing ideology along with joining and breaking-up of parties have made the opposition leaders unable to anticipate a way out of the catastrophe. They continued to write the rebuttals in which they expressed the policy of the Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic in other words. The galloping crisis has hypnotized […]

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