3 January 1994 Had this attempt succeeded, and the three big democratic parties, the so-called 3D parties (DEPOS – the Serbian Democratic Movement, DS – Democratic Party, DSS – Democratic Party of Serbia) had entered the elections on a single ticket, the results would have been somewhat different (see table on a United Opposition list). […]

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