The Yugoslav Leftists party has again expressed "deep concern" over the health of ex-president Slobodan Milosevic. The statement issued by the party says that the arrest and imprisonment of Milosevic affected his health. In addition to a high blood pressure and serious heart dysfunction, he is also suffering from the flu caused by unsatisfactory conditions in his prison. The Yugoslav Leftists demand that "the authorities display a befitting attitude to the former president of Serbia and Yugoslavia in the spirit of written guarantees given by President Vojislav Kostunica of Yugoslavia and President Milan Milutinovic of Serbia, as well as by Serb Premier Zoran Zinzic." They are also advocating the release of Milosevic from prison until the hearing of his case, pointing out that no reliable proof of his guilt has been found so far. On the other hand, acting warden of the central prison, where Slobodan Milosevic is held, reported that the health of the ex-president was "stable." He says the results of the cardiological examination made by Assistant Professor Col. Zdravko Mijajlovic correspond to the conclusion made by the specialists of the Military Medical Academy on April 13 this year.
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