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(E) Nothing much has changed - Letter to the Orange County Register
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  12/12/2002 | Letters to the Editors | Unrated
(E) Nothing much has changed - Letter to the Orange County Register

 

Nothing much has changed

To: letters@ocregister.com 
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 19:05:29 -0800
Subject: Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor:

Re: "Low Turnout Again Foils Serbia Election" (Dec 9) 
The media keeps referring to Yugoslavia's president Kostunica as "a
moderate nationalist with pro-democratic views". They are ignoring that
during his campaign speeches he said that the part of Bosnia-Herzegovina
given by the Dayton Agreement to the Bosnian Serb entity is "only a
temporary situation, as it will eventually be part of Serbia" - in other
words, taken away from the sovereign country of Bosnia Herzegovina. Does
that sound like a "moderate nationalist"? Does this national leader sound
like a person committed to peace with his neighbors? "Moderate" - I don't
think so! Nothing much has changed, Serbs will always try to take over
other people's lands.

Sincerely,

Hilda M. Foley
13272 Orange Knoll Dr.
Santa Ana, Ca 92705

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