22 September 1996 Restaurants were almost empty on the eve of elections because the serving of spirits was prohibited, but nevertheless – in the dark streets of the city’s suburbs, beer was flowing generously while calculations were made on how many of “theirs” and how many of “ours” could arrive to vote. Fear was equally […]

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