Yugoslavs are still bickering about what to do about the future of their federation.15 October 2001 PODGORICA, Yugoslavia–As lawmakers in Montenegro prepare to discuss a draft of the special referendum law on the country’s legal status, enduring divisions between the government and the opposition–and in society at large–remain. If passed in parliament, the special law […]

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