29 September 1996 Three national parties of Bosnia-Herzegovina (Serb Democratic Party – SDS, Party of Democratic Action – SDA and Croat Democratic Union – HDZ) won six years ago, won this year, and would have won the next year too had the voting accidentally been postponed. This probably is currently the only comfort to the […]

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