Serbia replaces central bank chief

Serbia's parliament sacked national bank governor Kori Udovicki on Wednesday 25 february in a 129-109 vote following allegations that the vote electing her to the post was rigged. Radovan Jelasic was later voted in to replace Udovicki.

Serbia's lawmakers fired reformist central bank governor Kori Udovicki Wednesday in one of the first decisions by the newly elected parliament and prime minister-designate, Vojislav Kostunica.

The lawmakers voted 129-109 to annul last July's vote by which Kori

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