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Serbia’s ultra-nationalist lawmaker refuses to step down despite war crimes conviction

13 April 2018


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Belgrade, dtt-net.com – The leader of Serbia’s Radical Party (SRS), Vosjislav Seselj, sentenced earlier this week to ten years of war crimes by UN Appeal Court in The Hague, is refusing to step down from his seat in the parliament.


 


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