21 November 1994 When confronted with the rather meager figures from this autumn’s local elections in Serbia, one could initially conclude that the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) is currently considerably far from being in its best form and that the Democratic Party (DS) led by Zoran Djindjic, who has been carrying on a permanent […]

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