Serbia Election NPR's Guy Raz reports from Belgrade where voters will cast ballots Sunday in the first round of Serbia's presidential election.
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NPR's Guy Raz reports from Belgrade where voters will cast ballots Sunday in the first round of Serbia's presidential election. The two main candidates are Vojislav Kostunica, the current president of the Yugoslav Federation, and Miroljub Labus, an economist allied with the current prime minister of Serbia.