Ex-Milosevic's allies front-runners in Serbia vote
May 5, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Bellingham Herald
The first-round vote on Sunday for president, and votes for a 250-seat national assembly and local councils pit pro-EU democrats against nationalists who have gained in popularity with the EU's own economic troubles, which have dimmed the bloc's allure for many Serbs.
“Progressive liberal politic”
Since: Sep 11
As much bigger majority will have the pro-EU powers, as much faster Serbia will join EU.
As much votes to natioinalists, as much time will loose Serbia to join EU.
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