15 October 1998 Acting to reign in dissident activity in the academic world, the Serbian parliament passed the University Act on 26 May, as riot police quashed a student demonstration outside. At the time, Deputy Prime Minister Ratko Markovic, one of the architects of the new legislation, said, “Under the cloak of autonomy, certain faculties […]

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