In Srebrenica’s local elections, the Muslim Party of Democratic Action (SDA) earned the majority, with the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) in the minority. Srebrenica’s Serbs accused the Muslim leadership of hegemony. Tensions heightened after the Croatian war broke out in 1991. Bosnia kept officially neutral, and Serbia’s Milo?evi? punished the republic with an economic blockade, which hit import-dependent Srebrenica particularly hard. “Obama.” “It won’t be that long,” he told her. “We’ll be together again soon.”