It was billed as a landmark verdict for The Hague Tribunal. But Vojislav Seselj was determined his day of judgement should be business as usual. And his wish has been granted. Following his acquittal on all nine charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity, he is not just a free man – but available to act as the figurehead of his Radical Party in Serbia’s forthcoming general election. Journalist Dejan Anastasijevic, a long-standing critic of Mr Seselj, called the acquittal “a deeply flawed outcome of a deeply flawed process” – but said there was now very little political support for Mr Seselj and his allies.

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