21 June 1997 Some new statistics show that the former federal prime minister Milan Panic would beat the former Slobodan Milosevic if Yugoslav presidential elections were to be held today. As things now stand, there won’t be any elections and the Yugoslav Parliament will delegate Milosevic to Lilic’s chair. Therefore, the Montenegrins won’t allow any […]

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