Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj’s isolation, which began in September, has deprived the SRS of its surplus of insolence which none had managed to contain. Now the authorities threaten to prolong his jail sentence The Federal Parliament’s Chamber of Citizens voted with 86 votes in favor of lifting Vojislav Seselj’s immunity and that […]

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