31 January 1994 At the first round of presidential elections in Krajina held on December 12, 1993, Mile Martic won 60,000 votes less than Milan Babic. All the analysts who thought that Milosevic had lost the game in Krajina (including us), were greatly mistaken. The Republic of Serb Krajina Elections Committee, after complaints from Martic’s […]

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