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Serbian War Crimes Suspect's Wife To Run For President

Serb ultranationalist leader Vojislav SeseljSerb ultranationalist leader Vojislav Seselj
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Serb ultranationalist leader Vojislav Seselj
Serb ultranationalist leader Vojislav Seselj
Serbian ultranationalists say the wife of war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj will run for president in an election in May.

The Serbian Radical Party said Seselj, who is the leader of the party, ordered from his detention unit at the UN war crimes tribunal in the Hague that Jadranka Seselj be the party's candidate.

She has never before engaged in politics.

Vojislav Seselj has been charged with involvement in atrocities against non-Serbs during the wars in Croatia and Bosnia in the 1990s.

The leading contenders in the May 6 vote are pro-Western Boris Tadic, who formally resigned as Serbia's president this week to clear the way for the election, and Tomislav Nikolic, the leader of the Serbian Progressive party and a former Seselj ally.

Based on reporting by AP and B92
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by: Rad from: Vuckov
April 06, 2012 16:23
I am not surprised that you not have comments ever because the people is tired reading nonsenses and basically propaganda.
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by: Alex from: LA
April 06, 2012 23:11
On contrary, it's is amusing and fun sometimes to read some articles here because they are cleverly designs to distort the real journalism, by replacing clever bits and pieces of info that change the direction of thought on how for a person to judge a matter. It's good propaganda journalism. Have you been on other propaganda news outlets, trust me they are not as smart as employees of RFE/RL.
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by: Rodger from: Brighton
April 12, 2012 16:14
What's more entertaining is reading submissions from the likes of you two who sound like you should be saying things like "we make big trouble for moose and squirrel!".

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