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Serbian puppet knocked out

by anon Thursday, Mar. 13, 2003 at 4:11 PM

Djindjic in Belgrade killed: Serbia Prime Minister shot. State of emergency imposed. Germany's important man on the Balkans dead. On Wednesday the Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic died into Belgrade with the second attempt within few weeks.

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Fischer's man in Belgrade

Zoran Djindjic is to have been more popular in Germany than in Serbia. That has its reasons (part of 1)

In Belgrade a "coup d'etat" took place gradually. The term originates from a protest explanation of the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS), the party of the former Yugoslav president Vojislav Kostunica. The Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic introduced a "dictatorship" and avails themselves of "Mafia methods like at that time Slobodan Milosevic", continued to be called it. The hard words are appropriate, if one realises the scandal history of the Djindjic government, since her at the beginning of the yearly 2001, after which fall of Slobodan Milosevic in the October 2000, which took over business:

- the delivery of Milosevic on 28 June 2001 to the UN war crimes tribunal into the Hague took place against written promises Djindjics and, which is legally crucial, against the veto of the highest constitutional court. Critics spoke of "Kidnapping".

- on 3 August 2001 the former secret service officer Momir Gavrilovic on open road was shot, after he had handed Kostunicas over advisors material over "connections between cabinet members and the organized crime". From protest the DSS Ministers from the Djindjic cabinet withdrew.

- on 14 March 2002 Momcilo Perisic, Djindjic's deputy was arrested as a Serbian Prime Minister, in the case of flagrantly supplying of secret documents to the Balkans boss of the CIA. Djindjic protested first against the action of the military shielding service KOS, had to drop its vice however, after KOS presented video tape recordings over its CIA contacts.

- on 29 July 2002 the Djindjic supporting majority in the government alliance DOS locked out the Kostunica Party DSS from the DOS coalition, taking all of its 21 seats in the Serbian parliament and occupied the freed mandates with own people. Also in this case a vote of the Yugoslav constitutional court was ignored.

- with the Serbian presidency elections Kostunica the candidate of the DOS alliance Miroljub Labus in the ballot deklassierte on 13 October 2002 in the ratio 2:1 and could not not begin the office nevertheless, because the necessary election turnout was not reached. A further ballot at the beginning of of Decembers failed because of the same regulation. Thereupon the Kostunica party exerted a constitutional challenge: The Djindjic government blew up the voters list also over 800,000 ghost voters; if one became these out-counted, the quorum had not been missed. The complaint was rejected. Since year end parliament president Natasa Micic led provisionally also the office of the Serbian president - purely coincidental a trusted friend of Djindjic.

Djindjic's power play against Kostunica was in such a way pressed, because he would have never come without its support to the shift levers of power. "only because Djindjic did without its own candidacy and as King maker the little polarizing Kostunica favored, could the opposition (...) the necessary impact force mobilize", commentated Der Spiegel after the change of power in October 2000. "I was for the broad mass with us not selectable", grant Djindjic themselves.

The Frankfurt Rundschau called Djindjic the "first Serbian Prime Minister, who is more popular in Germany than in Serbia", on the roads of Belgrade he as "nemacki covek" (as "German person"), sometimes also than "Hitler's grandchild" titled. Are already for a long time very intensive actually the Germany contacts 1952 born Djindjic: When the oppositional student was put 1974 by the Tito police into the prison, it was to have become released on personal intervention of the Federal Chancellor at that time Willy Brandt. Subsequently, he continued his study in Frankfurt/Main with professor Habermas and attached first contacts with the bookseller at that time (now German Foreign Minister) Joseph Fischer. To its graduation in Konstanz Djindjic returned 1979 to Yugoslavia. 1989 the SPD-associated "Friedrich Ebert Foundation" (FES) makes for Djindjic possible a three-month stay in the Federal Republic, with which these "inspiring humans, intellectual one and politician" (Djindjic in the review) met. The in such a way inspired young politician creates briefly on it in Serbia the Democratic Party (DS), in which he dresses from 1990 at leading positions. Also 1996 and 1998 report to Djindjic with the FES.

* Tomorrow: Djindjics fight for power

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