Večer: Twice Yes?
Maribor, 7 October - PRESS//VEČER
Former mayor of Belgrade, Zoran Djindjic won the second round of Serbia's presidential election even if he lost his job as mayor and despite not having called for an election boycott as the leader of Serb democrats between the first and the second rounds of election. All in all, he did not do much to be elected president. Having remembered Djindjic's proposal made two weeks ago, the Serb voters decided to boycott the election despite the dimness of the last few days before the second round, the Tuesday issue of Večer writes.
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