Slovenian Press Review, Ljubljana, November 14th 1991 (STA)
Ljubljana, 14 November - DELO: Unrelenting Lord - If the informations on the new peace initiative proposed by Lord Carrington are to be trusted, then the Serbs in Croatia are getting internationally protected and supervised independent enclaves, with a possibility to decide, after a time, by a plebiscite vote in which state they intend to live. There are no signs of enthusiasm in Croatia, but its consent might be imperative for the attainment of international recognition. Serbia is not enthusiastic either, since this is not yet a step in the direction of a Greater Serbia or a lesser Yugoslavia. Albanians in the Kossovo province, the Hungarians in Vojvodina and the Muslims of Sanđak will for sure demand the same treatment. Thus the Solomonic solution for the Serbs in Croatia, writes Mr. Božo Kovač, might open fresh wounds in Serbia itself, reducing it to a mere "Belgrade pashaluk".
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