16 August 1997 Political circles spent June and most of July speculating who Slobodan Milosevic would choose to succeed him as Serbian president. The speculation even included Yugoslav Army (VJ) chief of staff General Momcilo Perisic. Sources who called themselves well-informed said the general would retire or resign and appear on TV as the candidate […]

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