If the Yugoslav parliament adopts the law on citizenship on July 16, the only people who can sleep peacefully are the people who were citizens of Serbia and Montenegro in the former Yugoslavia. The rest will depend on the will of the federal internal affairs ministry, i.e. the police A draft law that casts doubts […]

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