One of the possible reasons for the conflict lies in Seselj’s increasing strength in Serbia. According to as yet unpublished public opinion polls, since December last year, Seselj has managed to “steal” a third of the voters who have decided in the meantime, that they will not vote for the SPS. On the other hand, […]

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