3 October 1994 Seselj, then a young assistant professor of defence theory at Sarajevo university, was charged with high treason at the 1984 trial. The district court, headed by Milorad Potparic, sentenced him to eight years for “counter-revolutionary activities which endangered the social order.” That sentence made him a communist dissident. Petitions were signed by […]

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