26 September 1994 Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj and four other SRS Federal Parliament deputies were pronounced guilty of obstructing the federal police in their duties and received suspended sentences. Political trials in Serbia are alive and well and, according to some experts, they have a bright future ahead. Those trials have a […]

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