When thousands of hungry and unhappy employees of “preserved” giant companies took to the streets of Nis with employees from Angropromet and Jastrebac shouting “Our Children Are Hungry”, Mile Ilic, head of the Socialists in the city, the visionary didn’t say a word. Ilic didn’t speak up later when the initial slogans calling for bread […]
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