MP’s of the black-red coalition unanimously, in a good mood, just like the travelers in the third class of the “Titanic”, adopted the most restrictive law in the 160 year Serbian history of the University of Belgrade: with 153 votes “for”, and 46 “against”, it was decided that the Government appoint rectors, deans and even […]

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