These elections, the most important since the toppling of Milosevic seven years ago, have proved that time can stand still. One third of the population still votes for the fascist Radical Party, whose leader Seselj is in jail in The Hague.
On the rightwing website Redwatch, hundreds of photographs of anti-war and anti-fascist activists are posted with the message that they will 'pay for their crimes'. Now some have been attacked. So why hasn't the site been closed down?
A WLUML networker comments that this is, step by step, what happened in Algeria with GIA forbidding music, etc..., GIA armed groups taking 'taxes' from villagers, controlling whole areas and ... scaring the official army and police.