25 July 1994 Until recently, the authorities in Serbia had not coordinated certain laws with the Constitution, so that for a certain period Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic was not protected by law, because the Serbian Criminal Law had retained only the article protecting the Presidency, members of the Presidency and Presidency President from insults and […]

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