26 July 1997 Ever since Slobodan Milosevic was elected president of Yugoslavia, the opposition and democratic public mainly stood by the belief that the election was not an overly joyous event for Yugoslavia. We shall lay out an opposite belief here, by which the election of Milosevic as president of Yugoslavia does not necessarily have […]

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