One appointment (Govedarica), one resignation (Kuburovic), one ruling (Simic) and “fear of politics” Judge Vojislav Simic at Belgrade’s first district court ruled last week that the state of Serbia is guilty and has to pay damages to eight refugees who were arrested, drafted, exposed to torture and sent to the front lines outside Serbia. That […]
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