Zoran Djindjic and Vuk Draskovic are among Serbia's most prominent opposition politicians. But they may not have the political acumen to pose a threat to the Milosevic regime. In recent interviews with Stan Markotich, Djindjic, leader of the Democratic Party (DS), and Draskovic, who heads the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO), discussed their views on what troubles Serbia and what is needed to correct the country's shortcomings. The following is an overview and analysis of the opposition leaders' remarks.

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