Delo Takes a Look at Constitutional Changes in Yugoslavia
Ljubljana, 26 July - Having survived NATO's attacks and evaded The Hague's charges for crimes against humanity, Milosevic proved to be invincible. His four-year term in office, however, is coming to an end. To get rid of this nuisance, the Yugoslav president has found a way to prolong his term for another 8 years as well as made sure that his plans would not be thwarted by Montenegrin separatists, writes the daily Delo on the constitutional changes in Yugoslavia.
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