Policy of Pardon

January 1967
Time;1/6/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p35
The article focuses on the pardon given by Yugoslavian President Marshal Tito to his one time Vice President Milovan Djilas as part of the new forgive-and-forget policy of the country. It notes that in exchange of Djilas freedom, he will not make trouble for Tito and will keep away from Western correspondents. It adds that Tito also pardoned former Vice President Aleksandar Rankovic, the country's security chief that plotted an anti-Tito conspiracy.


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