Serbian Party Elects War Crimes Defendant As Leader Ahead Of Parliamentary Elections newsvine furl google yahoo netscape

The largest party in Serbia, the Serbian Radical Party, has elected indicted war crimes defendant Vojislav Seselj as its leader as the country goes into parliamentary elections this December.

While the party is the largest in Serbia, they are not expected to win a majority of seats nor are they expected to be able to form a coalition government.


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