Soon after moving to Montenegro, ‘Dnevni Telegraf’ was hit by the new press law. Following a complaint from the Union of Women of Yugoslavia, the courts ruled that the publication of an advertisement for the student resistance movement ‘undermined the constitution and endangered the safety of women and children’ The press law works weekends, and […]
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