Serbia picks president under threat of protest

May 19, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Calgary Herald

A view of torn pre-election posters showing Serbia's incumbent President and leader of the Democratic Party Boris Tadic, on May 19, 2012, in Smederevo, 40 kilometers east of capital Belgrade.

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Boris Tadic is the new president of Serbia without Vojvodina which will be allotted to the Hungarians, Romanians and Croats.
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Congratulations to Tadic!
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Austriacus wrote:
Boris Tadic is the new president of Serbia without Vojvodina which will be allotted to the Hungarians, Romanians and Croats.
LOL Vojvodina is Serbian keep dreaming

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