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  • Quality 21.06.2012 Beograd

    Quality

    Despite, or perhaps precisely because of the ongoing political elections in several European countries, their consequences, the construction of governments and ways of salvation from the economic collapse, the football stadiums in Poland and Ukraine are packed. It is not a consolation, but it is obvious that Serbia is not alone in the attempt to overcome the financial chaos with at least temporary amusement. More

  • Terzic gets the office and farmers get nothing 21.06.2012 Beograd

    Terzic gets the office and farmers get nothing

    Have farmers, "incited" against Terzic, boycotted and ruined the "historic opportunity" for raspberries export or has Dragisa Terzic fooled the farmers so that he could grab the position of Arilje Assembly President, from which he announced that the deal failed? There are big chances that this year we will again get to see raspberry farmers blocking the roads More

  • Pajtic: DS achieved the triumph in Vojvodina 18.06.2012 Beograd

    Pajtic: DS achieved the triumph in Vojvodina

    The election result that Democratic Party achieved in Vojvodina is a real triumph, but, at the same, it was the project assignment of the provincial government and provincial organization of DS, said Deputy Prime Minister and DS Vise President Bojan Pajtic. More

  • National hymn and Nikolic's hot brandy 16.06.2012 Belgrade

    National hymn and Nikolic's hot brandy

    The inauguration is a solemn act, so when someone invites you or instructs you to attend one, you should dress up. But, if you are a Serbian journalist you won’t be particularly happy to perform such a task. Yes, there will be plenty of food and drinks, but how many journalists today can afford a decent suit? More

  • Is Serbia (still) a Russian coin for small change? 07.06.2012 Beograd

    Is Serbia (still) a Russian coin for small change?

    What many consider as great Russian friendship with Serbia, especially during the nineties, is nothing but the instrumentalization of Serbia in the fight against the West, say Russian analysts, stressing that Russian political parties never cared for the people of Serbia, or for Serbia as a state. Aleksandra Ajdanic investigated the way Moscow's policy towards Belgrade has changed in the past ten years, and whether new changes can be expected - and in which direction More

  • Inauguration as the first test 07.06.2012 Beograd

    Inauguration as the first test

    Nikolic's statement is untrue and offensive for Bosniacs, especially for all for the survivors of genocide in Srebrenica. This concise, first public warning to the new Serbian president was sent by the Chairman of the BIH Presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic, after Nikolic's statement to Montenegrin TV that there was no court ruling about a genocide being committed in Srebrenica. More

  • The public sector as burden on Serbia’s back 07.06.2012 Beograd

    The public sector as burden on Serbia’s back

    The fact that public sector salaries are 40% higher than the ones from the private is contradictory to social justice and the best indicator of how the system in Serbia is directed against the freedom and entrepreneurship More

  • Why are you silent while anthem is playing 04.06.2012 Belgrade

    Why are you silent while anthem is playing

    A few days after the 'Ljajic case' turned into a kind of national scandal, the newly elected MPs in the Serbian parliament took an oath and, quite surprisingly, many of them did not sing the anthem. Among them was also the Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic. More

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