7 August 2000 Serbia’s largest opposition party, Vuk Draskovic’s Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO), has rescinded its initial determination to boycott the September presidential elections in Yugoslavia. The change of heart does not bode well for the united opposition front and its chance to depose Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. After a closed session on 6 August, […]

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