Opposition leader Vuk Draskovic, who showed the greatest populist strength and energy, a combination of ethnic vigor and impulsive vacillating which nearly cost him his life, has returned to the political scene Sometime in mid April, when Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) leader Vuk Draskovic dreamed of restaging the St. Vitus’ Day rally (June 28), he […]

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