5 July 1997 Serbia’s parliament is debating a draft law on local self-rule, a term which has a symbolic importance in Serbian politics. The Zajedno coalition, whatever that means now, is surviving in what it calls liberated towns, struggling to resolve the complicated relations between it’s members and fighting against shortages and the government. A […]

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