13 September 1993 In June the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) and two Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Vojvodina (DZVM) deputies asked for a vote of confidence in Prime Minister Nikola Sainovic’s government, because it had not come up with an answer to the monetary collapse which had brought 70% of the citizens to the verge […]

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