Biljana Kovacevic-Vuco, the head of an NGO at the forefront of efforts to reform the Yugoslav judiciary, talks to TOL about the new government’s first judicial reforms by Dragan Stojkovic BELGRADE, Yugoslavia – In November, in its first significant attempt to sweep away the vestiges of the judicial system inherited from the Milosevic regime, the […]

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