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Protests in Serbia Archive
Odraz B92 Daily News Service

      ODRAZ B92, Belgrade                             Daily News Service

      Odraz B92 vesti (by 4 PM), April 1, 1997

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      NEWS BY 4 PM

        Draskovic: I'll Tell My Big Brother!   . . . . . . . . . . .  17
        Djukanovic Holds On  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  34


  15  NEWS BY 4 PM


      The President of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO), Vuk
      Draskovic, at a news conference on Tuesday said that the Zajedno
  20  coalition leaders would ask for support from the international
      community for the opening of the dialogue between the authorities
      and the opposition in Serbia.

      ``We will seek support for the implementation ofthe Gonzalez
      report, which was accepted by Serbian President Slobodan
  25  Milosevic,'' said Mr. Draskovic and added that if the authorities
      did not accept the Round Table, then Zajedno would not participate
      in the elections, and no one would consider those elections
      democratic. Asked about his possible participation in Serb-
      Albanian negotiations in New York, Draskovic said that it was not
  30  a negotiation but the initial rapprochement of two parties and
      that he would participate only if a representative of the
      Socialist Party of Serbia, of an appropriate level also


  35  Montenegrin President Momir Bulatovic is not giving up on his
      demands for a reshuffle of the Montenegrin government. Another
      marathon session of the governing Democratic Party of Socialists
      (DPS) was held in order to persuade Prime Minister, Milo
      Djukanovc, to dismiss almost all his ministers. However, Mr.
  40  Djukanovic once again decidedly refused to change the line-up of
      the government, and said that government would remain as at
      present and could be dismissed only as a whole if the Montenegrin
      parliament voted for such a decision. Sources in Montenegro claim
      that a session of the Montengrin parliament was very likely to
  45  happen soon.

      The much-heralded Belgrade daily Gradjanin appeared on Tuesday on
      the newstands. The newspaper is published by the Belgrade company,
      END. The general manager and editor-in-chief is Aleksandar
      Tijanic. The deputy editor is Momcilo Petrovic. The 10-page
  50  newspaper is printed in by Borba and costs two dinars.

      Prepared by: Goran Dimitrijevic
      Edited by: Steve Agnew

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