Observers explain the pigheadedness of opposition leaders in running on individual tickets, with their personal animosity. They seem to regard these elections as a chance of showing each other where they stand. In an atmosphere of general suspicion, former Yugoslav PM and presidential candidate Milan Panic is the only optimist Former Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan […]

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