1. Come come Zoran don't tell you me don't prefer this government to a DS led one! You must admit this lot are closer to your sensibilities, former allies of Kostunica - Ilic, G17, former ideological soul mates Nikolic and Vucic and fellow members of the patriotic block - even when Kostunica was a part of the so called democratic block.

    Of course I'm half joking...
    (bganon, 2 July 2012 01:46)

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  2. Zoran so your logic is because we already have corruption in Serbia we should have some more?

    Still at least you are taking responsibility for the government you voted for!
    (bganon, 1 July 2012 12:26)
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    Not really, I voted DSS and it seems they will be left out. My point really is about corruption. No exceptions, get rid of all corrupt politicians. If you make exceptions then the Milosevic's returning is not surprising...
    (Zoran, 1 July 2012 21:54)

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  3. Zoran so your logic is because we already have corruption in Serbia we should have some more?

    Still at least you are taking responsibility for the government you voted for!
    (bganon, 1 July 2012 12:26)

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  4. In terms of corruption and what I have read recently, it seems the Milosevic's were no different to say, prominent DS party members. Yes, Serbia is full of corruption so the Milosevic's return will not be surprising.
    (Zoran, 1 July 2012 00:50)

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  5. Nothing to say here, but shake ones head left to right. Maybe Dacic can find a nice ministry for mama Milosevic? It will be just like old times.
    (Ecoman, 30 June 2012 15:38)

    Spot on. The best position will be the phantom Ministry for Kosova. Bye , bye Bogi. Love to see Slobo's wife heading this position.
    (Agim Kelmendi, 30 June 2012 21:50)

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  6. Markovic the communists have no business in Serbia. And for Marko...he should get a speacial welcome by all those he absues and robbed.
    (MikeC, 30 June 2012 20:54)

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  7. All of the recent poltical developments in Serbia are quite sad, and the thought of people like this being allowed back into the country to live freely (but they should watch their backs) just throws salt into the wound. I hope that it would be easy enough to toss guys like Nikolic and Dacic out when their terms expire in a few years -- you can bet that the vast majority would want to by then. Serbia faces enormous challenges ahead and Toma and Ivica aren't cut out to lead the nation to stability and prosperity. Maybe Serbs believe that closer ties with Russia and China are the key, but they should think twice.
    (Nenad, 30 June 2012 20:00)

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  8. This is just 1 of the many signs we've seen recently confirming that Serbia is now back under Russian influence/protection. No doubt Mira & her family are returning with guarantees to her safety. For all those that like to accuse this person and that... remember, what happen to Yugoslavia in the 1990s were terrible and many people are to be held responsible including outside powers that did everything in their power to undermine, divide and eventually occupy Yugoslavia so their goal of dismantling the last pillar of communism in Europe is complete. Yugoslavia had to be destroyed, because it would be an obstacle to their eventual goal of... you guessed it. The EU. It doesn't matter who was in power, Milosevic, Tudjman, Alija... it would have all ended virtually the same way regardless. But unfortunately for the EU backers, things aren't quite working out as they had hoped for. Hitler had a plan too... one that Albanians, Croats and the like had all though was FOOL PROOF. Well... They may have thought they conquered Serbia yet again, but then there is those damn Russians coming in and ruining it all for them once again. I'm interested to see what uncle Vlady has planned for the Balkans now that just won back the most important player. My guess is Crna Gora will be next, hopefully that criminal Djukanovic will get the same fate as his Ukrainian counterpart.
    (CrnaGora, 30 June 2012 19:46)

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  9. Kurir ran a headline years ago, we saw it in belgrade: "Mira returns..." (in serbian of course. i checked the translation w my frnd. so i guess they were right but just premature. can't wait -- serbia's really making progress...

    roberto frisco
    (roberto, 30 June 2012 18:48)

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  10. I told you Serbs it will happen next Serbia will be a Oblast of Russia I have more things to say but it wont be good. Serbia started in the wrong direction and it wound up in a horrible place.
    (Lenard, 30 June 2012 18:42)

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  11. SNS SPS maffia takeover !!
    (Markos, 30 June 2012 18:41)

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  12. This time next year we'll all be millionaires!!
    (gv, 30 June 2012 17:30)

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  13. Hold onto your horses, at this rate the new government is going to make the old one look half decent - which it was not.
    (bganon, 30 June 2012 16:49)

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  14. Welcome back 90-s. Hyperinflation and Ponzi schemes next.
    (Reader, 30 June 2012 16:05)

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  15. Nothing to say here, but shake ones head left to right. Maybe Dacic can find a nice ministry for mama Milosevic? It will be just like old times.
    (Ecoman, 30 June 2012 15:38)

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