When Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic was climbing to the top of authority in Serbia, one of the discarded revolutionary cadre said caustically, that the time had come when “it was more important to have worked two years with “Tehnogas” (Milosevic`s former company), than to have spent four years in the revolution.” Many remembered this story […]

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