“Yesterday you received your warning, tomorrow you will have a decree” threatened Deputy Prime Minister Vojislav Seselj in an October 6 interview on Radio B92. According to him, the government will forbid broadcasting programs via radio and television that have been financed by foreign governments, and will not only close down the violator’s stations, but […]
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