Only Yugoslav and Serbian Presidents failed to pardon any prisoners. Does this mean that several hundred thousand citizens who fled the war will not be able to return home soon? Before the New Year, Croatian President Franjo Tudjman pardoned 455 Serbs arrested during and after the “Storm” offensive on Krajina. These Serbs were tried for […]
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