6 December 1993 After the latest information that around 300 judges have left the judiciary, the Serbian Ministry of Justice is trying to persuade the remaining judges, dissatisfied with salaries of 20 DM, that “someone” wishes to destabilize a state governed by law. The Yugoslav Assembly has practically been dissolved, and the deputies are trying […]

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