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Protests in Serbia Archive
Odraz B92 Daily News Service

      ODRAZ B92, Belgrade                             Daily News Service

      Odraz B92 vesti (by 10 PM), March 28, 1997

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        Milosevic laid a wreath  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  18
        Student Parliament Elected . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  33
        Croatia-Yugoslavia Negotiations  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  40

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      The President of Serbia, Slobodan Milosevic, on Friday laid a
  20  wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to mark March 28, the
      anniversary of Serbia's statehood. Mr Milosevic wrote in the
      visitors' book that the date marked the victory of the people in
      the struggle for Serbian unity, which had been a prerequisite of
      survival in the difficult period of the former Yugoslavia's
  25  disintegration.

      Speaker of the Serbian Parliament, Dragan Tomic, said that the
      adoption of constitutional amendments in 1989 had prevented Serbia
      from becoming embroiled in civil war. ``Those who planned the
      destruction of Yugoslavia also planned to start a civil war in
  30  Serbia, after fomenting a rebellion in Kosovo, and the secession
      of Vojvodina, '' said Mr Tomic, speaking on state owned Radio


      The central electoral commission on Friday announced the results
  35  of elections for the newly-formed Student Parliament. Thirty-five
      of the seventy representatives elected were independent
      candidates, nineteen are from student associations and
      organisations, ten from the protest boards and nine from the pro-
      government Student Union.


      The Croatian Foreign Minister, Mate Granic, on Friday spoke to
      Veljko Knezevic, the Yugoslav Embassy charge d'affaires, about a
      number of forthcoming agreements between the two countries. Dates
      were fixed for the commencement of negotiations on border passes,
  45  border traffic, legal consultation and dual citizenship.

      Prepared by: Goran Dimitrijevic
      Edited by: Steve Agnew

      ODRAZ B92, Belgrade                             Daily News Service
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