13 July 1996 Surprise and then revolt ensued after the court council of the Belgrade District Court partially accepted the defence’s suggestions and scheduled the trial of Democratic Party leader Zoran Djindjic and Telegraf editor Dragoljub Belic, charged with ‘damaging SR of Serbia’s reputation”, to resume on September 16-17. As Serbia is currently legally personified […]

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