9 December 2002 For the third time, the Serbian public fails to show up at the polls, making repeat presidential elections null and void. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–Low voter turnout and the most lifeless political campaign in Serbia’s recent history resulted on 8 December in yet another failed chance for the country to elect a president. In […]

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