What does a man who died in prison in a foreign country while on trial for war crimes do on election day? Why, he votes of course. No, this wasn't in Chicago, it happened in Serbia.
BELGRADE (AFP) – Former Serbian strongman, who died more than six month ago during his war-crimes trial, was invited to vote at this weekend's referendum on a new constitution, a news paper has reported.
The Press daily published a copy of an official vote invitation addressed to Milosevic, which details the timing and location of his nearest polling station, close to his family mansion in the posh Belgrade suburb of Dedinje.
The former Serbian president died of natural causes on March 11 in his cell at UN war crimes court in, where he was being tried for crimes committed during the wars that tore up former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
We are trying to substantiate rumors that ACORN was involved in voter registrations there.