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Publishing of this newspaper created ambience for dialogue and analyzing expert issues of judicial system and prosecutor's position.

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Latest Issue of
"TUŽILAČKA REČ"
Association of Public Prosecutors and Deputy Public Prosecutors

June 2018.

   Tužilačka reč br. 33


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