When he turned his back on Slobodan Milosevic in 1990, and left the Serbian Government, formed his party and failed at the first parliamentary elections, Dusan Mihajlovic certainly did not look like someone who, five years later, would be Milosevic’s coalition partner and one of Serbia’s leading politicians. That he succeeded in that some interpret […]
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