Now that their leader Vojislav Seselj was let out of jail on January 29, the Radicals expect “legitimate and correct” behavior from the authorities. Serbian Radical Party (SRS) vice-president Tomislav Nikolic announced a big opposition rally three months ago (October 27) if Seselj was sentenced. The SRS leader was sentenced to three months in jail […]

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