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Stojan Cerović

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Stojan Cerović (9 July 1949 in Titograd, PR Montenegro, FPR Yugoslavia – 21 March 2005 in Paris, France) was a Serbian journalist. Biography Cerović graduated from the University of Belgrade with a degree in psychology in 1973. Cerović's early professional life was spent opposing Tito in his post-graduate years, the 1970s, then Milošević and his opposition. He had twice evaded the draft. In 1992, during the wake of the war with Croatia, Cerović co-founded the Centre for Anti-War Action in Belgrade and refused induction into the armed forces, calling on his peers to do likewise in a widely-broadcast radio interview. For weeks Cerović was forced to lay low in Montenegro, but returned to Belgrade when things simmered down and resumed writing his column lambasting Milošević and his officials who were still in power. Cerović made a name for himself as a political critic for the independent weekly magazine Vreme. He often discussed his ambivalent feelings towards both the governm
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