2 August 1997 As president of the FRY, Zoran Lilic was often described by the opposition as a man who doesn’t interfere in his own job except when he’s signing telegrams to foreign dignitaries. The Socialists said he was the right man for the job: he always got it right and didn’t take his role […]

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