A group of fifty members of the Democratic Party (DS), dissatisfied with the situation and relationships between Democrats, rebelled in January of this year against “centralization of party decision-making” Accusations uttered at that time at the expense of, and above all directed against Zoran Djindjic, simmered and grew in the last two months, only to […]
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