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Serbs Break Parliamentary Deadlock, but Face West's Disapproval

Date: February 17, 2004
Author: Nicholas Wood
QUOTE: Mr. Kostunica's two main allies in government also recently signed an agreement that would in theory prevent the government from handing key suspects over to the [UN War Crimes Tribunal--Ed.].

ABSTRACT: Politicians have formed a new government in Serbia following highly contested parliamentary elections. The international community is concerned that the new government may not cooperate with the International War Crimes Tribunal.

--- oleg yatskar

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