2013 in review: 10 most significant events in Serbia

This is a list of the ten most significant political and social events in Serbia in the past year, as selected by the Beta news agency.

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  1. You forgot to mention the State Funeral of King Peter II. It would have only been fair to mention both the King and Jovanka's State Funeral.
    (AA, 2 January 2014 09:43)

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  2. The most markable event of the 2013 is moment when Dragan Djilas was dismissed from the office of the Mayor of Belgrade. I was very happy then, and I am happy now because I am sure anyone will be better than he was. Belgrade Belgrade began to breathe!
    (Tammy, 1 January 2014 18:37)

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(Beta/AP)

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(CPJ)

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