5 March 1996 It was quite natural to assume after the 1990 multi-party elections in Serbia and 1992 federal multi-party elections that the country would slowly and systematically enter a system of pluralism which is called a democracy. Objectively, we know that in all of Eastern Europe the transition between the two systems (communism and […]

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