Serbia 2007

Serbia 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Serbia. In January, a new parliamentary election was announced in the autumn, after a party withdrew from the government coalition. Most votes were given to the Serbian Radical Party (SRS), but more moderate parties did not want to co-operate with the ultranationalist party. After lengthy negotiations, three parties formed government in May. The coalition included President Boris Tadić's West-friendly Democratic Party (DS), the moderate Nationalist Serbia Democratic Party (DSS), and the reform-minded liberal G17 Plus. DSS leader Vojislav Koštunica retained the post of prime minister. According to abbreviationfinder: SCG is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Serbia. According to CountryAAH, Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia. The new government was considered Europe-oriented and in June the EU resumed negotiations on a cooperation agreement. The talks had…
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