Alienated voters: May divert Serbia from West-friendly rule

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BELGRADE, Serbia – Serbs who have lived through years of high unemployment and cronyism were threatening Sunday to throw out a pro-Western government for former allies of strongman Slobodan Milosevic.

The deceased Milosevic unleashed horrific violence against ethnic groups in the 1990s, and it took a U.S.-led bombing campaign to end it. Polls indicate that many Serbs will vote for anyone who can offer a more stable and prosperous living than what they have experienced under the ruling Serbian Democratic Party. Others do not like their choices.

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