Tudjman calls for segregation in Bosnia

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FRANJO TUDJMAN, the Croatian President, said yesterday that Bosnia-Herzegovina could not exist unless its three component nations were segregated. He said in a television interview that he wanted the United Nations protection force, which is trying to protect Serbian communities in Croatia, to leave in March 1993.

In Belgrade, Serbs voted on whether to hold early elections in their republic. The referendum was called by Serbia's ruling Socialist Party, the former Communists, in an apparent effort to thwart new elections, and is seen as a challenge between President Slobodan Milosevic and the Yugoslav Prime Minister, Milan Panic.