1 August 1994 The most important events in the political life of postCommunist Serbia to date have an important common denominator: freeing the Serbian Radio and Televison from the political monopoly of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) and transforming it from a biased party disinformation producer into an objective national information network. Immediately after […]

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