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Fed by Anger, Undercurrent of Nationalism Flows in Serbia

Alexander Eror, a soft-spoken, 27-year-old elementary school teacher, does not like to think of himself as a nationalist. So, he explained, when he voted in December for the most virulently nationalist group in Parliament, the Serbian Radical Party, it was not for its long support of a Greater Serbia or for its leader, Vojislav Sesejl, who is facing war crimes charges in The Hague. Instead, he said, he made his decision because of the sight of his neighbor’s top-of-the-line sports car. His neighbor, Mr. Eror is convinced, is part of a criminal elite that emerged in the 1990’s while the former president, Slobodan Milosevic, was still in power, and continued to prosper even under an elected government dominated by reformers. Full Story

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