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General Elections in January 2007

10. November 2006. | 12:06 18:41

Serbian President Boris Tadic, called on Friday general elections for January 21 2007.
The decision came after the Serbian parliament had passed the Law for implementation of the new Constitution adopted in the referendum last month. The date for presidential and local elections has not been set yet. The parliament also verified the resignations of the Deputy PM Ivana Dulic Markovic, Finance Minister Mladjan Dinkic, Agriculture Minister Goran Zivkov and Health Minister Tomica Milosavljevic. They all are leaders of the G17 party, who resigned over failure of the EU-Serbia negotiations on the Stabilisation and Association, halted because Serbia had not cooperated fully with The Hague war crimes Tribunal.


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