The dismissal of Milosevic’s most trustworthy policeman is a prelude to shifting the balance of power within the ruling coalition. The Belgrade radio said last Tuesday that the head of Serbia’s secuerity service had been sacked, without actually mentioning Jovica Stanisic’s name. The regime made a futile attempt to disclose this discretely by saying that […]
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