In Srebrenica, those who backed Nikola Poplasen had been roasting ox, while the local radio station was flooded with requests for folk songs by Dodik’s crowd. There was a festive mood in the air, where car horns and gunshots could be heard all throughout. When the euphoria had subsided, official results were announced. The final […]
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