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Serbia Will Need Huge Efforts to Shake Off Political Heritage, Says Drnovsek

Maribor, 15 March - The assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic is a very tragic event, which could have very harmful consequences, Slovenian President Janez Drnovsek told Saturday's issue of the daily Vecer. Djindjic was a reformist, a politician who wanted to take Serbia on the path of European integration, so he was in conflict with many in Serbia, noted Drnovsek, who knew Djindjic personally. Although hopeful that the assassination might cause a positive shock and motivate his followers, Drnovsek also hopes that the event would not push Serbia a step backwards.

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