Either it was an incident or the Serbian opposition started formulating perhaps the most mature platform for mutual cooperation at a moment when it seemed the most confused The deputy parliament group chiefs of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO), Serbian Radical Party (SRS), Democratic Party (DS), Serbian Democratic Party (DSS) and Democratic Union of Vojvodina […]
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