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Near Palić, some 200 meters from the border with Hungary, is a salaš (a traditional type of farm in the Pannonian Plain) with a swimming pool, surrounded by fields, owned by the ruling party. It is just one of the four locations at which the Serbian Progressive Party has real estate worth 224 million dinars in total, CINS reveals. Aside from the party’s needs, the real estate may serve as loan collateral, and regardless of whether it bought the real estate with its own or with citizens’ money the party can also sell it.

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