7 September 1996 The Helsinki Board for Human Rights in Serbia has conducted a poll of minorities in Serbia in June 1996. The sample of 100 Albanians, Hungarians, Moslems, Croats, Romanians, Slovaks and Russians was stratified by sex, age, education, residence and region. The poll’s results show the members of minority groups mostly fear for […]

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