It was the famous sentence of Josip Broz Tito that made the nation aware that the independent judiciary is an illusion and that the laws do not have to be necessarily enforced. “For God’s sake, those judges don’t always have to stick to the laws like a leech,” Tito said. In 1991 when Vuk Draskovic, […]

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