Yugoslav bank chief says citizens want reforms

YUGOSLAVIA - People who brought about changes in Serbia on 5 October 2000 still have a majority in Serbia; generally, this is good news for reforms, Mladjan Dinkic, governor of the National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBJ), stated Tuesday.

"My conclusion after the first round of the election is that the majority of citizens in Serbia believe that reforms should be continued, but with certain corrections," Dinkic told Beta News.

Dinkic said that reforms needed to continue, but that certain changes were

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