1. Spoken like a true Hungarian.
    (Peggy, 1 May 2016 08:08) # Comment link

    Dear Peggy, the commentator "Vojvodina" is no Hungarian. More likely a paid troll from America, Britain, or Israel.
    (Michael Thomas, 1 May 2016 19:59)

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  2. It looks like that Serbia, although slowly, finally is moving away from her ugly 1990s bloody past.

    (Teodor Muzaka 1389)


    AFTER YOUR EASTER CONGRATS CAN YOU EXPLAIN WHY DID YOU NEED THIS TEASPOON OF MUD IN YOUR HONEY?
    (rote, 29 April 2016 16:57)

    Teaspoon of mud? You mean we didn't have a bloody past?

    (Vojvodina)

    Read the full text before you interfere next time! Muzaka wrote his Easter congratulations on parallel branch and then he mudded several Orthodox guys whom he had just praised. In Russia we call it ЛОЖКА ДЕГТЯ В БОЧКУ МЕДА. Forget about your personal vendetta for at keast a couple of days.
    (rote, 1 May 2016 18:21)

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  3. I hope that at some point in the future people with common sense take power and purge this country of toxic Serbian nationalism, so we no longer have to apologize to our neighbors.
    (Vojvodina, 30 April 2016 15:40)
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    Apologise for what? Not being good enough lambs and allowing the slaughter to take place?
    Spoken like a true Hungarian.
    (Peggy, 1 May 2016 08:08)

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  4. It looks like that Serbia, although slowly, finally is moving away from her ugly 1990s bloody past.

    (Teodor Muzaka 1389)


    AFTER YOUR EASTER CONGRATS CAN YOU EXPLAIN WHY DID YOU NEED THIS TEASPOON OF MUD IN YOUR HONEY?
    (rote, 29 April 2016 16:57)

    Teaspoon of mud? You mean we didn't have a bloody past? There was no government members talking about slaughtering Croatians using rusty spoons on TV? No attempts to ethnically cleanse Kosovar Albanians? No cheering for war in the middle of Belgrade? So maybe we don't remember it right? That's good to know.

    I hope that at some point in the future people with common sense take power and purge this country of toxic Serbian nationalism, so we no longer have to apologize to our neighbors.
    (Vojvodina, 30 April 2016 15:40)

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  5. Voting will be repeated in 15 polling stations in Serbia due to irregularities, with 19,631 eligible voters.

    [link]

    This will not affect who will rule Serbia in next mandate. It only matters to 2 parties that are trying to enter parliament.

    "DSS-Dveri received 188,534 votes - in other words, one vote short of five percent of the total number of ballots cast on April 24. "

    That is after 99.82% of the votes. In remaining 0.18% (15 polling stations) they need to keep 5% and gain one more vote.
    If all of the 19,631 eligible voters vote (and many will not) they need to get 982 votes in those 15 stations.

    "Social Democratic Party (SDS)-Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)-League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) coalition has crossed the election threshold of five percent (with 5.02 percent of the vote)"

    They are not "safe" either because they still need to win 500-600 hundred out of remaining votes to stay above 5%. There is no guarantees that they will. Anyway, this matter only for members of those parties and their supporters.
    (Sreten, 29 April 2016 20:28)

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  6. It looks like that Serbia, although slowly, finally is moving away from her ugly 1990s bloody past.

    (Teodor Muzaka 1389)


    AFTER YOUR EASTER CONGRATS CAN YOU EXPLAIN WHY DID YOU NEED THIS TEASPOON OF MUD IN YOUR HONEY?
    (rote, 29 April 2016 16:57)

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  7. I am glad to see that people such as Ari Gold, Zoran, Peggy, Paul and other xenophobes are clinging in 5% level in Serbia.
    It looks like that Serbia, although slowly, finally is moving away from her ugly 1990s bloody past.
    (Teodor Muzaka 1389, 29 April 2016 16:25)

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  8. this was "the culmination of the pressure suffered by RIK"
    said Djurdjevic, while pressuring the RIK
    (Dwight, 29 April 2016 15:22)

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  9. The latest official information coming from the commission shows the DSS-Dveri received 188,534 votes - in other words, one vote short of five percent of the total number of ballots cast on April 24.

    If this commission under the control of Tony Blair Associates? It would seem so.
    (Michael Thomas, 29 April 2016 13:42)

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  10. When will Serbia and Serbs get rid of that CIA agent and dictator of Vucic?
    (Italian Serbophile, 29 April 2016 13:13)

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