Bad privatizations "destroyed Serbian industry"

Proceedings launched in 24 cases of controversial privatizations are "the right way to put right the injustice done by the 2001 Law on Privatization."

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  1. Shed light on all the disputed privatization, re-state and the judicial system in Serbia become a guarantor of equality of rights of all citizens and that there would be untouchable, that their money can influence the fate of the entire nation through relentlessly erosion of state assets and enormous enrichment activity in the gray zone.
    (MAKSIM, 3 January 2014 00:06)

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  2. Around 1.1 million people were employed in the industry sector in 1990, in 2000 this number totaled 750,000, and today it adds up to as few as 275,000, and this is the result of some other factors, primarily the detrimental implementation of the Law on Privatization, Savić said.
    So what is he trying to say? That under Milosevic and Western sanctions, Serbia had better employment but under Optor inspired "revolution" and western backed and infiltrated governments and media, we are far worse off? Obviously!
    (Zoran, 30 December 2013 14:40)

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  3. Obviously there are no such things as "good privatizations" of property owned by the many, to the profits of a few, already insanely rich.

    Western Anglo-Zionist-corporate media would want you to believe otherwise but that's how it is and we all know it.
    (Free mind in Soroslalaland, 30 December 2013 14:32)

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