Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj, Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) leader Vojislav Kostunica and Democratic Party (DS) leader Zoran Djindjic have a voting body totalling close to 1,400,000 votes; at local elections they fare better than the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) led by Vuk Draskovic; they have no intention of dealing with Vuk […]

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