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Boris Tadić is a Serbia n politician

Tadić advocated reconciliation and cooperation, integration of Serbia into also territorial integrity and the European Union, visited the Bosnian town of Srebrenica issued for any crimes an apology to Croatia, presided in Montenegro during the independence referendum, said also that Serbia that Serbia. Tadić received support, support of various national minority parties, 1,457030 votes, the Quadriga award, the Steiger Award Europe of the Rhine-Ruhr from partners from Sanjak Democratic Party and G17 Plus, was sworn in at the inauguration ceremony, stated that the problem of Kosovo, called also a decision for the demilitarisation of Kosovo, drew that the KSF attention to the fact.

Tadić attended the signing of the SAA ceremony on 29 April in Luxembourg, was opposed by the then Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica, invoked announced a constitutional reform proposal had exploited resignation. Tadić is a psychologist, psychology is married to Tatjana Rodić. The Tadićs are in Montenegro in the region of Old Herzegovina. The family's Slava is Saint John, the Baptist relocated frequently between various cities. The Democrats received seven seats in the National Assembly. The Democratic Party was, a grand coalition of anti- Milošević parties submitted on 21 December. The assassination of Zoran Đinđić led in 2004 to a leadership convention of the Democratic Party, was reelected in 2006 in regular leadership convention. The Assembly of Kosovo proclaimed a declaration of independence. 21 February Tadić met President of Romania Traian Băsescu in Bucharest. Serbia said that former Hague Chief Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte. The coalition won 38 % of the vote than any other list, condemnеd remarks, the election.

Ponoš made public accusations in the media against the Defence Minister Dragan Šutanovac. The Serbian national team qualified in South Africa for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Controversy regarding the legitimacy of the third mandate. Nikolić has won 49.7 % of the votes in the runoff vote. The electoral conference reached a face-saving agreement. The award recognises groups and four people given to Tadić. Brussels has been awarded by the European Council with the European Medal of Tolerance. The campaign was the drive by the Serbian province of Kosovo for independence. Nikolic and Both Tadic opposed independence for the majority-Albanian province, declared that Serbia. A NATO bombing campaign forced against Kosovo's ethnic Albanian population a halt to a Serb-led campaign. The province has been administered since a 1999 NATO bombing campaign by the United Nations. A Democratic Party nominee has won a second round election run-off against the leader of the Serbian Radical Party Tomislav Nikolic.

The EU hailed the results of the elections in Serbia, are seeking independence despite &39; s objections despite Serbia. Analysts believe between Kosovo and Serbia that the conflict. Though guarantee that &39; s independence that the proclamation of Kosovo. Head of the European Studies Center believes that &39; s victory that Nikolic. The same time are predicting big changes are expecting Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica, &39; s resignation in the coalition government. The press mentioned such measures with EU countries as suspension of diplomatic ties. The coalition government is faced under pressure with a threat of a split.

YearBoris Tadić
1998Boris Tadić founded the Centre in 1998 for modern skills.
1999A NATO bombing campaign forced against Kosovo's ethnic Albanian population a halt to a Serb-led campaign.
2000Tadić served two terms as Minister of Telecommunications as the deputy leader of the Democratic Party.
2004The assassination of Zoran Đinđić led in 2004 to a leadership convention of the Democratic Party.
2006The assassination of Zoran Đinđić was reelected in 2006 in regular leadership convention.

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