Democratic Parties to Blame for Outcome of Serbia Elections, Says Delo

Ljubljana/Maribor, 30 December - The first impression about Sunday's general elections in Serbia is that the country has shifted towards the right, the side which has caused so much harm in the past decade. Yet the blame for the distorted political image - which is not even to the voters' liking - should not be put on the radicals of Vojislav Seselj; the main culprits are the big parties of the democratic bloc, according to Tuesday's Delo.

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