Serbia finally has a regime which functions smoothly, everyone has their place on the team, and they all complement and help each other out, just like in the happiest of all possible countries. Draskovic is scurrying before Seselj and taking the words out of his mouth, Seselj is enthralled with JUL, and the other way […]
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