The vice-president of the Yugoslav Left Wing Alliance (JUL), Nenad Djordjevic, also one of the wealthiest Yugoslav citizens, was arrested twice last week. Djordjevic was originally detained on the afternoon of February 19th after a JUL main board session The police searched Mr. Djordjevic and his vehicle before taking him away in front of his […]
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