Zoran Djindjic

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In 2003 the Guardian reported: "The murder in Belgrade of the Serbian prime minister Zoran Djindjic has deprived Serbia of its most capable and daring politician. His tireless organisational skills proved absolutely critical at the high point of his career, when the Democratic Opposition of Serbia reform alliance mobilised millions of people to topple the former dictator, Slobodan Milosevic, in October 2000...

"In the late 1970s, he travelled to Germany to write his doctorate under the guidance of the leading Marxist philosopher, Jürgen Habermas. In order to finance his studies, Djindjic also started selling clothes, and his managerial skills developed rapidly.

"From this point on, Djindjic led two lives - one as a committed revolutionary, the other as a successful businessman." [1]

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  1. Serbia's most capable and daring politician, Guardian, accessed January 19, 2011.