Analysis 16 Nov 12

Tapping Scandal Highlights Serbian ‘Police Chaos’

The mystery of who ordered the tapping of the Deputy PM and President’s phone records highlights broken police chain of command.

Gordana Andric
BIRN
Belgrade

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