Yugoslavia is trying to clean up its judicial system. 12 November 2001 BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–The judicial system in Serbia, once a pillar of Slobodan Milosevic’s regime, is taking firm steps toward reform. Moves last week from the Justice Ministry, Serbia’s parliament, and the lower house of the Yugoslav assembly, have raised hope that the judiciary is […]

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