Delo Looks at the Dispute between Yugoslav President and Serb Prime Minister
Ljubljana, 2 August - When Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica's Democratic Party of Serbia left the Serb Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic's cabinet over a year ago, the Serb Democratic Opposition (DOS), a coalition which had formally ruined the Milosevic regime in the September 2000 elections, practically started to disintegrate, Friday's edition of a leading Slovene daily comments on the ongoing dispute between Kostunica and Djindjic.
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