The elections have resulted in a stalemate in the Serbian Assembly, and to the question “What next?”, the answer is: “Nothing. To elections again.” The Socialists have achieved a predictable paradox, in spite of the misery they have created, they have managed to collect 1,568,000 votes, or 3% more than last year; in fact, more […]

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