1. In a real democracy, one would have a real opposition who would be allocated appropriate airing time in the media. In Serbia, the president owns the media so there is no chance for the opposition or for democracy. And even worse, the president is the former minister of information under Milosovic. Just like his friends Putin and Lukashenko, Vucic likes to fabricate "democratic" elections to appear legitimate. But that he is not.
    (Tony (a Brit seconded to Berlin), 1 December 2021 00:12)

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