Though Croats and Muslims most dissatisfied by their status, they fear the least for their existence and future. 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, […]

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