Lawyer Zoran Stojkovic speaks of the limits of Serbia’s new Criminal Law 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 […]

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