The Democratic Party (DS) considers its unification with the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) a natural phenomenon. The latter, however, experienced the former’s intention as a natural disaster Rumors on the reunification of the two parties which divorced in 1992 were last week expressed as an official initiative of the Democratic Party Executive Board that, […]
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