Citing a very highly placed source, the Zagrebbased weekly “Globus” claimed that Croatian President Franjo Tudjman suggested that Parliamentary Speaker Stipe Mesic resign, but the latter refused to comply Citing a very highly placed source, “Globus” said that Croatian President Franjo Tudjman suggested to Sabor President (Speaker of Parliament) Stipe Mesic that he should resign. […]

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