“We toppled former Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan Panic only after the third attempt,” said Seselj talking to VREME, adding that the announced attack on Serbian Prime Minister Nikola Sainovic’s cabinet in October should be regarded as a test. “We’ll try and see…” All in all, the long announced conflict between the Socialist Party of Serbia […]

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