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APPEAL TO THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

Belgrade, July 2012.

Signatories of this appeal ask the embassies of the friendly countries to inform their government and general public about the ongoing, dramatic cultural involution in Serbia the far-reaching and adverse consequences of which affect Serbia’s society and its social conscience, as well as its relations with neighboring countries and the international community. For more than twenty years the collaborationist Tchetnik movement has been morally and politically rehabilitated by official politics. The process will soon culminate in a judicial rehabilitation of the movement’s leader, Dragoljub Draza Mihailovic, tried for collaborationism in WWII and sentenced to death in July 1946. The political program of the Tchetnik movement... 

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 87

POPULISM MIRRORS IMPOTENCE

May 2012

The outcome of presidential election reflects Serbia's political climate, mentality and culture - in other words, rather limited achievements of its democratic transition. Ever since 2000 cabinets have been combinations of seemingly opposite political options. These...

 

PARTNERS IN CRIME

Belgrade, March 19, 2012

Civil society activists protest the gross manipulation of the public opinion in the process of rehabilitation of Dragoslav-Draza Mihailovic, leader of the Tchetnik movement in WWII. Dragoslav-Draza Mihailovic is a war criminal convicted of crimes against humanity - against Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs as well. The attempt to have him rehabilitated practically annuls the
anti-fascist...  

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 86

EU CANDIDACY OPENS PROSPECTS FOR SERBIA

March 2012

EU candidacy marks the end of an era marked by anachronous policy that had taken the country to isolation and a historical impasse. It is a major political signal and a crucial step towards joining the most important European integration. This new status will also positively affect Serbia's...

 

House of Human Rights and Democracy

DEPOSAL OF SRETEN UGRICIC: AN UNPRECEDENTED SCANDAL

Belgrade, January 23, 2012

At a "telephone session" and under urgent procedure Serbia's government deposed Director of the National Library Sreten Ugricic for "having supported an assassination of Serbia's entire leadership." The House of...  

 

STOP DISINTEGRATION OF THE OMBUDSMAN INSTITUTION

January 28, 2012

The alliance of human rights associations, the Human Rights and Democracy House (Civic Initiatives, Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights, Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia and Policy Centre), requires from the Government of the Republic of...  

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 85

EU CANDIDACY POSTPONED:
A TEST FOR DEMOCRATIC PARTY

December 2011

EU summit conference of December 9 denied Serbia EU candidacy: Serbia had failed to demonstrate readiness to see to the problems discussed in Brussels within Belgrade-Pristina talks - barricades, unimpeded functioning of...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 84

RADICAL GROUPS IN THE BALKANS: THE CASE OF WAHHABI JAŠAREVIC

November 2011

On October 28, 2011 Mevlid Jašarevic /23/ of Novi Pazar fired his Kalashnikov at the building housing the American Embassy in Sarajevo wounding two policemen. Before wounded himself by the police Jasarevic managed for fire several hits at the building. He was taken to...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 83

A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO SOCIAL TOPICS

Helsinki Committee in the Period August-November 2011

November 2011

In the past period the Helsinki Committee, committed to its long-term strategy and mission, was endeavoring to open up the issues crucial for Serbia's standing as a modern...

  

CONTINUOUS TENSION IN SOUTH SERBIA

Belgrade, November 22, 2011

The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia is deeply concerned over recent developments in the municipality of Medvedja, South Serbia. On Saturday, November 19 in the village of Grbavica a local police officer assaulted villager Ismailj Sokolj in his own backyard. Mr. Sokolj was seriously hurt in his head with a grip of police handgun. Two...  

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 82

KOSOVO PARTITION: A MISSION IMPOSSIBLE

October 2011

The Serb elite saw the upcoming decision on the country's EU candidacy as its last opportunity to round off the "unfinished" Kosovo task. Some politicians have been openly speaking about the partition scenario since this spring. Division of Kosovo - Belgrade's longstanding plan - has...

 

PRIDE PARADE 2011: A TEST OF INSTITUTIONAL POWER

Release

Belgrade, September 30, 2011.

Twenty days ago the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia called this year's Pride Parade a test of Serbia's social and political emancipation. At that time the Committee released that the actual government had already hesitated too long about...  

 

PRIDE PARADE 2011: A TEST OF SERBIA'S SOCIAL AND POLITICAL EMANCIPATION

A release

Belgrade, September 8, 2011.

The threats to organizers of the Belgrade Pride 2011 that are becoming more and more frequently clearly indicate an exceptionally well-planned campaign meant not only to prevent the Pride itself but also to create an atmosphere of fear and...  

  

APPEAL TO
DECISION-MAKERS

A New Consensus on Kosovo: A Road to Europe

6. September 2011.

Bearing in mind the deep economic and political crisis challenging today's Serbia, we appeal to all decision-makers to make an attainable goal - continuation of the process of EU integration - the priority of all priorities. The only way Serbia could possibly secure its economic...  

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 81

VISIT BY ANGELA MERKEL SUBJECTS THE PRO-EUROPEAN OPTION TO A TEST

August 2011

The visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the region was to Balkan politicians an unexpectedly straightforward demonstration of Europe's - and Germany's of course - approach to regional Europeanization. The...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 80

KOSOVO: AN UNSUSTAINABLE STATUS QUO

August 2011

The customs seal provoked crisis that escalated at Brnjak and Jarinje border crossings (July-August 2011) dramatically laid bare the crux of the Belgrade-Pristina argument and enforced the problem of North Kosovo on the agenda. Belgrade insists...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 79

A STEP CLOSER TO NATO

June 2011

On June 13-15, 2011 Belgrade hosted the Strategic Military Partner Conference organized by NATO Allied Command Transformation. That was the biggest military conference at global level in 2011. In Serbia it reopened the debate on its relationship with North Atlantic Treaty Organization and, in a way, tested the...

  

Press release

POLICE TORTURE AT YOUTUBE.COM

Belgrade, June 25, 2011

The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia appeals to the Ministry of the Interior to immediately investigate the authenticity of the video clip placed at Youtube.come that clearly shows illegal use of force against a younger man in a police station. The Helsinki Committee requests the Ministry to determine identities of the persons involved, the date of the incident and...  

 

A RIGHT-WING OR A NAZI ORGANIZATION?

Serbian Constitutional Court's Decision to Ban the National Formation /Nacionalni Stroj/

Belgrade, June 13, 2011

The anti-fascist past and the values on which today's Europe rests - and on which ex-Yugoslavia rested as well - have been pointedly replaced in Serbia by some new historical "truths." Before and after the ouster of October 5 the Ravna Gora movement has been...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 78

REFERENDUM IN REPUBLIKA SRPSKA: A TEST FOR THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

May 2011

The deep crisis blocking Bosnia-Herzegovina for long further escalated when the parliament of Republika Srpska /RS/ decided to call a referendum in this entity. According to announcement publicized so far the referendum is planned for June 2011. The parliament's controversial decision - on the legality and legitimacy of which...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 77

PROGRESSISTS: A TRIAL OF STRENGTH

May 2011

Serb Progressive Party /SNS/ leader Tomislav Nikolic's "hunger and thirst" strike was a political failure. For, neither the general public, Serb Orthodox Church /SPC/, European nor Russian officials supported him in a way he might have expected. Democratic Party /DS/ profited from his strike by rebuffing it from the very beginning as a non-European method of...

 

DECLARATION OF ANTI-FASCIST STRUGGLE'S CONTINUATION

3. may 2011.

 

On the occasion of May 9th - Victory Day over Fascism and the Day of Concentration Camp Detainees of Bosnia and Herzegovina - the DECLARATION OF ANTI-FASCIST STRUGGLE'S CONTINUATION (below) was initiated by Women in Black, Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, Center...  

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 76

RUSSIA: A MYTHICAL ALLY

April 2011

Russian Premier Vladimir Putin's brief visit to Belgrade (March 23, 2011) brutally exposed the irrationality and disorientation of Serbia's foreign policy. Though the visit itself was unofficial, the manifestations of "worship" for Putin - in public and in the media - came as a surprise even to Russian reporters is his suite. Servility and humbleness showered on the practically "self-invited" guest, as some sources claimed, and meant to neutralize Moscow's month-long grudge, bordered on kitsch and...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 75

THE OPEN 'SERB ISSUE' - A CONSTANT THREAT TO REGIONAL STABILITY

March 2011

The preconditions for the normalization of relations in the region still have not been attained. Bosnia and Herzegovina is blocked by an internal crisis, which is exacerbated by its surroundings. For Macedonia, the issue with Greece relating to Macedonian state identity (name) is still open, which has slowed down its European Union accession process and has dragged the country into a regressive process. The consequences of this unresolved issue are also reflected onto the region...

 

ASSOCIATION "EDUCATION BUILDS BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA" FORWARDS A MESSAGE OF JOVAN DIVJAK TO BOSNIAN-HERZEGOVINIAN AND WORLD PUBLIC

Dear friends,
thanks to you I am encouraged and ready to defend my soldier's honor and my wartime background, personal and overall dignity as well as moral purity of defenders of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992-1995. Your solidarity is proof of the willingness of citizens of our country to build a politically and economically sustainable Bosnia and Herzegovina, based on the principles of democracy and fairness. Due to the fact that I can not personally ...  

 

THE VICTIM BECOMES THE CRIMINAL

Belgrade, February 4th, 2011.

The arrest of Jovan Divjak symbolizes the continuation of counterproductive behavior of Belgrade when it comes to interpreting the recent past from the nineties. After arrests of Ejup Ganic, Ilija Jurisic and recently Tihomir Purda, who were arrested and acquitted for lack of evidence, the "Divjak" case only deepens mistrust of the countries in the region towards the intentions of Belgrade. Such behavior puts Belgrade in the role of prosecutor and the factor...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 74

THE 'HUNT' FOR MLADIC

January 2011

The 'Mladic case' is the paradigm of Serbia's social reality - of its attitude towards the past, towards reforms (of the security sector), towards justice and, finally, towards its neighbours. The alleged drama surrounding his arrest is a spectacle everyone is a part of. One of the key reasons for Serbia's delayed progress towards joining the EU lies in the fact that Ratko Mladia has not yet been arrested and extradited to The...

 

PETITION

January 30, 2011

Dear Mr. President of the Republic,
We are writing to you on the occasion of the release of Veselin Vukotic, a hitman and one of the most hardened criminals from the ranks of Milosevic's secret police, who was sentenced to 20 years of prison in Montenegro in 1997, for murdering sea captain Dusko Boskovic. As the citizens of this country, we are disturbed by the fact that Veselin Vukotic was released soon after being arrested, just before the New Year's...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 73

EARLY PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS IN KOSOVO

January 2011

The high turnout of Serbs at the December 2010 elections and their willingness to participate in Kosovo's institutions points to a substantial change in Serbia's electorate, which is the result of a more mature political attitude within the Serb community in the past decade. During the election campaign, representatives of the Serb community have prioritized the economy, employment and infrastructure...

 

FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION ENDANGERED

Belgrade, December 18, 2010.

On the evening of December 16, 2010 journalist Branko Zivkovic was assaulted while walking his dog. An unidentified person brutally attacked him from the back and hurt him in his head. On the following day Mr. Zivkovic went to the Emergency Center where he was given anti-tetanus protection and advised to rest for a week. Hit in his head, Zivkovic now suffers from amnesia and cannot recall what...  

 

Petition

THE NORWEGIAN NOBEL COMMITTEE

Oslo

December 8, 2010

With this petition, we, the undersigned human rights defenders and democracy activists, speak in the name of thousands and thousands of citizens of Serbia, eager to see their country firmly committed to European course and the highest values of the contemporary world. Hence, we, the undersigned, strongly...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 72

THE PRIDE PARADE - 'VIOLENCE CULTURE' AND THE OFFENSIVE FROM THE RIGHT

November 2010

Serbia has been destabilized by organized crime, extreme calls for a Greater Serbia from militarist organizations and enraged sports fans who resemble their striking fist. Having been announced for a long time, Belgrade's first Pride Parade was fi nally held on October 10th, 2010, followed by varying assessments and...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 71

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH ON THE BRINK OF SCHISM

November 2010

The Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) is a bastion of Serbian nationalism. Its ideology is drawn from the radical right and it is very close to groups at the rightist end of the political spectrum. With this ideology, the Church played a very important role in mobilisation and the prelude to war and, to this day, has made no attempt to distance itself from...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 70

SHIFT IN BELGRADE'S KOSOVO POLICY AND ITS IMPACT

November 2010

The political atmosphere in Serbia has changed signifi cantly thanks to a shift in the attitude of the political leadership to Kosovo. Following submission of the joint EU and Serbian resolution to the UN General Assembly, and the International Court of Justice's advisory opinion on the independence of Kosovo, Serbia's political life has undergone some...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 69

NATIONAL BOSNIAK COUNCIL ELECTION:
TEST FOR SERBIAN GOVERNMENT

October 2010

For the past two decades, Sandzak has been a crisis point which could rapidly be activated and come to the forefront. Belgrade policies served to radicalize the Muslim population in Yugoslavia ahead of the wars of the nineties. One of the theses used to justify them is that radical Islam brought Yugoslavia down. Nor did...

 

PRIDE PARADE AND PARADE OF VIOLENCE

Belgrade, October 10, 2010

Today's first-ever "Pride Parade" in Belgrade was staged successfully as numbers of policemen were protecting participants. However, what surrounded the event was a brutal...  

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 68

FOREIGN POLICY U-TURN:
THE FAILED MANIPULATION OF KOSOVO

September 2010

The opinion of the International Court of Justice on Kosovo's independence, Serbia's agreement to a joint resolution on Kosovo with the EU in the UN General Assembly and the refusal of a London court to extradite Ejub Ganic at Serbia's request all testify to the Serbian national program coming up...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 67

MEDIA IN SERBIA: LOST AND LOBBYING FOR THE STATUS QUO

August 2010

Serbia's media scene is merely a reflection of society's loss of bearings and moral devastation. This is especially so because, like all other national institutions, the media gave full support to the national projects embodied by Slobodan Miloševia at the end of the twentieth century. Above all, the media's weakness is seen in its attitude to the...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 66

INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE DELIVERS ADVISORY OPINION ON KOSOVO INDEPENDENCE: A TURNABOUT IN THE INTERPRETATION OF THE YUGOSLAV CRISIS

July 2010

On July 22, 2010 the International Court of Justice /ICJ/ delivered an advisory opinion on Kosovo independence - Kosovo's Declaration of Independence, ruled the ICJ, did not violate the international law. For Serbia, this piece of news...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 65

WEST BALKANS AND EUROPEAN UNION AFTER THE MEETING IN SARAJEVO

June 2010

The EU - Western Balkans Ministerial Meeting of June 2, 2010 in Sarajevo was a failure in terms of the messages stemming from it. After the Sarajevo meeting the ten-year endeavor to bring the Western Balkans closer to EU looks like a paradox: Europe has never before been farther from the Balkans. Even though the...

 

ARREST OF RATKO MLADIC IS SERBIA'S MORAL OBLIGATION

Fifteen years have passed since the genocide in Srebrenica and the main culprit of that crime Ratko Mladic is still at large. This is a moral mortgage which prevents us from moving forwards. Many new generations are hostage to this mortgage and the lack of government's readiness to fulfill its obligations toward the Hague Tribunal. But first and foremost its moral commitment toroward the victims and Serbia's future...

 

PRESS RELEASE

The United Nations and Genocide: On behalf of the Mothers of Srebrenica, German human rights activists build a "Pillar of Shame" against United Nations' arrogance

Berlin/Sarajevo, 13.05.2010

The 15th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide will be marked by a new form of a memorial: made of 16,744 shoes (representing the 8,372 victims), two gigantic letters, 'U' and 'N', cast in shimmering white concrete will be erected against the arrogance of the United Nations. "The Pillar of Shame will...  

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 64

TURKEY: A FACTOR OF REGIONAL STABILITY

May 2010

Over the past year Turkey has emerged as a major factor in the Balkans. Turkish diplomacy mediated not only between some countries - between Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in the fi rst place - but also in sensitive, internal disputes. Serbia has been in the focus of Turkey's activities as a potential generator of regional instability. This primarily refers to Serbia's attitude towards Republika Srpska, but also towards...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 63

SERB PROGRESSIVE PARTY PREPARES THE TERRAIN FOR ELECTIONS

April 2010

Serb Progressive Party (SNS) is vigorously preparing the terrain for elections - either early on which it insists or regular scheduled for 2012. Its major objectives at this stage are to attract as many as possible voters of Serb Radical Party (SRS) and to demonstrate its power at local elections called in certain towns in Serbia. It has been successful in both up to now. Its weaknesses...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 62

SERBIA TRAPPED IN A VICIOUS CIRCLE: FROM REPUBLIKA SRPSKA TO KOSOVO

March 2010

Serbia's behavior - notably at international level - is dictated by its proclaimed strategic goals and priorities summed up in the slogan "Both Kosovo and EU." These are mutually opposed goals and contrary to the criteria and preconditions for EU membership. Controversial behavior at both domestic and international scenes stems from inner tensions and the pressure from...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 61

MACEDONIA: UNDER CONSTANT PRESSURE FROM ITS NEIGHBORS

March 2010

Macedonia's statehood, nation or church have been denied by its neighbors ever since its independence. Has it not been for EU, US and NATO it would have been thorn by internal conflicts and, probably, by foreign aggression. However, despite the multitude of domestic problems, Macedonia managed to survive and even obtain EU candidacy and...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 60

SERBIA AND THE WORLD IN 2009: STILL STANDING AT A CRUCIAL JUNCTURE

February 2010

Having applied for EU candidacy (in late 2009), the Serbian government made the first real breakthrough in its proclaimed EU-oriented policy that can not be revoked. Besides, the EU annual report was mostly affirmative for Serbia, the EU also unfroze the Transitional Trade Agreement with it, whereas Serbia met the preconditions for the...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 59

MONTENEGRO: REGIME IN PODGORICA CONSTANTLY CRIMINALIZED

February 2010

Relations between Serbia and Montenegro aggravated after Montenegro's recognition of Kosovo (October 2008) to which Belgrade responded by expelling the Montenegrin Ambassador. When Podgorica and Prishtina established diplomatic relations (November 2009) Belgrade withdrew its ambassador to Montenegro. Montenegrin President...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 58

RESOLUTION ON SREBRENICA: DEBATE OPENED, NOTWITHSTANDING

February 2010

President Tadic's initiative for a parliamentary resolution on Srebrenica triggered off a debate that laid bare the proportions of Serbia's frustration manifested in its denial to face up the recent past, the Bosnian war in particular. The existence of Republika Srpska /RS/ - actually the very fact that it exists for fifteen years now - strengthened the Serb...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 57

CONSOLIDATION OF KOSOVO STATE AND BELGRADE'S RESPONSE

February 2010

After independence declaration Kosovo entered the phase of state consolidation. While trying to prevent it at any cost, official Belgrade channeled all its diplomatic energy into lobbying against Kosovo's international recognition. Its turning to the International Court of Justice for an advisory opinion about the legality of Kosovo's independence is meant for the same...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 56

SERB PROGRESSIVE PARTY: A PRETENDED TRANSFORMATION

January 2010

Serbia's entire political establishment and some other elites - those in the judicial branch in particular - welcomed the transformation of a part of the Serb Radical Party /SRS/ into the Serb Progressive Party /SNS/. There is no doubt that Vojislav Seselj's inappropriate behavior before the ICTY that compromised SRS was among the reasons why...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 55

NEW PATRIARCH - NO BASIC CHANGES

January 2010

A change at the throne of the Serb Orthodox Church /SPC/ will effectuate no major changes in the SPC structure, organization and functioning or, for that matter, in its secular ambitions. In this context, newly elected Patriarch Irinej (Gavrilovic), former bishop of Nis, guarantees continuity. In other words, SPC will be trying to safeguard the space it has occupied at Serbia's...

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 54

ANTI-EUROPEAN BLOC GOES ON COUNTER-OFFENSIVE

January 2010

The Serbian cabinet's decision to apply for EU candidacy in late 2009 was a breakthrough in Serbia's history as a European country. The decision provoked strong, though not necessarily overt, resentment of the anti-European bloc. Apart from populist parties (DSS, SNP, SRS, NS, etc.) the bloc assembles the greatest part of the country's scholarly elite...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 53

SERBIA AND CROATIA: PAST STILL IN THE WAY

January 2010

Almost two decades after the end of the war and fourteen years after the establishment of diplomatic relations, Serbia and Croatia still move from one crisis to another - each reviving traditional and carefully cherished mutual animosities. Belgrade is responsible for such oscillations in the first place: not only when it comes to Croatia but also...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 52

HOOLIGANISM SPILLS FROM POLITICAL ONTO SPORTS TERRAINS

December 2009

Ex-Yugoslavia's bloody disintegration advanced violence into a way of life. After October 5, Vojislav Kostunica, the Serb Orthodox Church and scores of various organizations were preoccupied with rounding-off an ethnic state and hence reshaped the Serb nationalism. Kostunica's two premierships were...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 51

VOJVODINA'S STATUTE: FIRST MAJOR STEP TOWARDS MODERNIZATION AND DECENTRALIZATION

December 2009

Adoption of Vojvodina's Statute is a major event indicative of an irrevocable trend. Though obstructed and postponed so many times, the adoption of the Statute is a step towards a new frame within which the province will be making better use of its own resources and the...

 

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 50

EU CANDIDACY - A HISTORIC BREAKTHROUGH

December 2009

After three decades of wandering, the defeat of the Greater Serbia project and all the attempts to keep it alive, the Serb elite was divided over a crucial issue: accession to EU. During his two-year premiership (2001-2003) Zoran Djindjic defined Serbia as a European country. Contrary to all expectations, his...

 

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U.S. HELSINKI COMMISSION TO HOLD HEARING ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

November 2, 2011

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Please join the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe for a hearing that explores the nexus between Transnational Organized Crime and Human Trafficking.

Organized Crime has evolved to meet the challenges of globalization and modern technology. In this evolution major international criminal organizations and smaller highly specialized groups of criminal entrepreneurs have found new ways to expand their operations and exploit human beings into slavery. To meet these challenges new national and international strategies have been placed into action, but their results remain to be seen. This continues the Helsinki Commission’s hearing series on new fronts in human trafficking. This hearing will focus on: (1) the evolving nature of Transnational Organized Crime, (2) the role of major international organized crime groups and smaller organized criminal syndicates in human trafficking, (3) identified trends, and (4) strategies to combat these organizations and prevent the trafficking of human beings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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