1 November 1993 Ten days after Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic’s historical announcement scheduling elections, matters on the opposition scene are becoming a bit clearer. Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) leader Vojislav Kostunica has finally said no to DEPOS, and will enter the elections alone; Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) leader Vuk Draskovic’s associates say he has, […]

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