15 January 1998 SLOVENIANS RE-ELECTED former communist Milan Kucan as president, giving him more than 55 percent of the vote. His nearest challenger had 18 percent. Kucan, respected for his handling of Slovenia’s drive for independence from Yugoslavia, will be serving his third term in the mostly ceremonial post. “No ONE IN SARAJEVO ever told […]

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