Zoran Djindjic in his interview to “Vreme” in late 1994 said he was convinced that in order to win the elections, one had to travel around Serbia, that direct contacts with people were more important than the reports on Radio Television Serbia (RTS). In the meantime, we have come closer to the elections, Serbia has […]
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