4 October 1993 Seselj’s time was then measured in days, even moments. An opposition leader said at the time: “Seselj is just balloon blown up by RTV Serbia and he’ll be deflated when Milosevic approaches him with a lighter.” Seselj has, in the meantime, practically disappeared from the screen, if we discount live sessions from […]

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