Slowly and reluctantly but surely, those who brought the law are giving up on its implementation The Serbian authorities should have made a million German marks or so on the fines stemming from the notorious law on information. Theoretically, but not in practice. It turned out that the property confiscated from the daily Dnevni Telegraf […]
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