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Is Serbia sliding towards authoritarianism or closer to EU membership?

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 02:25s - Published
Is Serbia sliding towards authoritarianism or closer to EU membership?

Is Serbia sliding towards authoritarianism or closer to EU membership?

Serbia applied for European Union membership in 2009 and was accepted as an official candidate country in 2012 but since then little progress has been made towards joining the bloc with Aleksandar Vučić’s government accused of democratic backsliding.


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