Thanks to an early election and the accompanying political passion and their own poverty, the mainly Romany (Gypsy) population in the Pirot suburb of Nova Mala has become an electorate courted by both the ruling party and the opposition Nova Mala is holding a fourth repeat performance of the elections for its parliamentary deputy. The […]

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