The ruling Socialists never had fewer seats in parliament, Seselj and Draskovic were never stronger, Djindjic is out leaving three players in the game; Serbia is in a stalemate and the state is leaning to the right The September ‘97 elections are being fought at the political center and it’s not just battles but a […]
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