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profile 05 Apr 12

Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic, Serbia’s New Acting President

The speaker of parliament, who remains dedicated to the medical profession, has now added the post of acting head of state to her considerable biography.  

Bojana Barlovac
BIRN
Belgrade

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