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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-10-19

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OCT. 19 1997 EVENING


BEOGRAD - The Serbian Radical Party (SRS) sharply condemned "brutal attacks, blackmails and threats by the USA and its satellites against Republika Srpska (RS) and the Serbian people W of the Drina", and assessed that "the use of force during the takeover of the Serb TV transmitters reflects an open occupation of RS."

BANJALUKA - The Socialist Party of RS (SP for RS) would go independently to the up-coming parliamentarian elections scheduled for November 23, and first candidate on the SP for RS list of candidates is Party's president Zivko Radisic, announced the SP for RS Main Board session in Banjaluka. The SP for RS Main Board authorised Party's president and Executive Board to agree some aspects of pre-election cooperation and possible coalition with other parties of similar programme.

BANJALUKA - The Main Board of the Serbian National Alliance of RS decided at its session in Banjaluka to take part at the parliamentarian elections in RS under name "SNSRS - Biljana Plavsic". Party's Main Board adopted Draft Protocol on interparties relations and sent it for adoption to the Coordination Committee of parties supporting Biljana Plavsic in her decision to disband the RS National Assembly and other decisions taken during the constitutional crisis in RS.

PODGORICA - In the second round of the presidential elections in Monte Negro, presidential candidate Momir Bulatovic won in Arijevci with 3,384 votes, while his rival, current prime minister of Monte Negro, Milo Djukanovic got 548 votes, learns SRNA from unofficial sources. According to first returns, Bulatovic is also leading in Budva with 162 votes.

PRISTINA - On Prevara hill, near Podujevo, the 85th anniversary of the first battle in WWI, waged for the liberation of the Kossovo - the Old Serbia - was marked today.


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