*  1953 Yugoslav Constitution - Wikipedia
Yugoslavia was proclaimed a socialist, democratic, federal state of sovereign and equal nations. All power in the country ... President of the Republic was also the president of the Federal Executive Council. Democratic centralism was also abandoned, ... This constitution will be in power until the making of the 1963 Yugoslav Constitution. This second constitution was adopted at ... and the subsequent constitutions of Yugoslavia will carry that name too. By the creators of the ideas, this constitution was ...
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*  Constitution of Yugoslavia - Wikipedia
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1963 Yugoslav Constitution 1974 Yugoslav Constitution Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ... 1931 Yugoslav Constitution Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia 1946 Yugoslav Constitution 1953 Yugoslav Constitution ... The Constitution of Yugoslavia can refer to: Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 1921 Vidovdan Constitution Kingdom of ...
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*  President of the Federal Executive Council of Yugoslavia - Wikipedia
The 1963 Yugoslav constitution separated some of the executive roles of the President of the Republic and moved them to the new ... The President of the Federal Executive Council was the head of government of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, from ... A new office of President of the Republic was created for Yugoslav communist leader Josip Broz Tito which would be both the ... The President of the FEC would be elected by the Federal Assembly upon their nomination by the President of the Republic. ...
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*  History of the Bosniaks - Wikipedia
... as the Constitution of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (later Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) mentioned ... onto the Slavic Muslim population of other former Yugoslav republics such as Serbia and Macedonia. It allows a Bosniak/Bosnian ... The first constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1910 explicitly mentioned Serbs, Croats and Muslims as the "native ... When the "Yugoslav, nationally undeclared" option became available in 1953, 900,000 people registered as such. With a weakening ...
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*  List of heads of state of Yugoslavia - Wikipedia
... the new Constitution renamed the state as Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and divided the office of the President of ... the President of the Presidium of the National Assembly was the office of the Yugoslav head of state. The post was held by Ivan ... Kingdom of Yugoslavia) in 1918 until the breakup of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1992. The Kingdom of ... In 1974, the new Constitution provided for a collective federal presidency, consisting of representatives of the six republics ...
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*  Elections in Yugoslavia - Wikipedia
The Federal Council was composed of 220 members. Its members were elected from the six republics (with 30 members each) and the ... The League of Communists of Yugoslavia ran unopposed, and in turn promulgated a new Constitution in 1946 that abolished the ... representing the republics, some of which were openly campaigning for independence and whose interest in Yugoslav reform was ... In Yugoslavia, elections were held while it had existed as the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the first one being in 1918 for the ...
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*  Islam in Croatia - Wikipedia
The 1974 Yugoslav Constitution allowed for the official recognition of the Muslims as a nationality, therefore allowing more ... After the dissolution of Yugoslavia, an additional increase can be attributed to the influx of Bosnian Muslims that took place ... In the next censa in the People's Republic of Croatia, registered Muslim believers numbered as follows: 1,077 persons in 1948 ... a communist federal prime-minister was a declared "Muslim" and an atheist. The spike in the number of self-declared "Muslims" ...
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*  Socialist Autonomous Province of Vojvodina - Wikipedia
... the Socialist Republic of Serbia from 1963 to 1990 and one of the federal units of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ... Under the 1974 Yugoslav Constitution, the province gained extensive rights of self-rule, which defined Vojvodina as one of the ... Vojvodina History of Vojvodina Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Socialist Republic of Serbia Socialist Autonomous ... It was an autonomous province of Serbia, within the larger Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1963, when it ...
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*  Timeline of Kosovo history - Wikipedia
As a result of the new constitution, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia is announced. Kosovo sees an increase in the ... the other lands were placed in the newly created Yugoslav republics of Montenegro and Macedonia (both outside of and equal ... Clashes between the KLA and the security forces of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia intensify to become a full-scale war. ... 1943 (16 September) - The Second League of Prizren took place, led by Bedri Pejani, 1944: The Democratic Federal Yugoslavia is ...
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*  List of books and articles about Yugoslav Wars | Online Research Library: Questia
Discover librarian-selected research resources on Yugoslav Wars from the Questia online library, including full-text online ... Following the federal parliament's approval of the charter, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was reconstituted as Serbia and ... The constituent assembly proclaimed a federal people's republic.. Tito and Communist Rule. The constitution of 1946 gave wide ... Most governmental power shifted to the two republics, as the union became a weak federal republic. Although the two republics ...
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*  Croatian Parliament - Wikipedia
"Ustav Republike Hrvatske" [Constitution of the Republic of Croatia]. Narodne Novine (in Croatian). 9 July 2010. Retrieved 11 ... the federal bodies were no longer independent of, but instead formed by, the republics. The first political party founded in ... as the Yugoslav constituent republics were essentially viewed as nation-states generally surrendering only their foreign and ... Dejan Jović (2009). Yugoslavia: a state that withered away. Purdue University Press. pp. 77-82. ISBN 978-1-55753-495-8. ...
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*  Demographics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - Wikipedia
... see Kingdom of Yugoslavia#Demographics. This is data from two Yugoslav censuses (1971 and 1981). Ethnic groups that were ... However, after the war, free education in the native language of the minorities were guaranteed by the Communist constitution. ... This article is about the demographics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during its existence from 1945 until ... 64-81 Yugoslavia's National Minorities under Communism by Paul Shoup In: Slavic Review, Vol. 22, No. 1 (Mar., 1963), pp. 76 ...
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*  Kosovo Serbs - Wikipedia
After Yugoslavia's name changed to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia's to the Socialist Republic of ... In 1929, the state was transformed into the Kingdom of Yugoslavia with the Yugoslav nationality unifying all Kosovan Slavs. The ... In the 1974 constitution, the Socialist Autonomous Province of Kosovo's government received higher powers, including the ... regional Albanian majority within the People's Republic of Serbia as a member of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia ...
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*  1946 Yugoslav Constitution - Wikipedia
The 1946 Yugoslav Constitution was the first constitution of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia. It came into effect ... Let us take only Article 1 of the Constitution, which says: "The Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia is a federal national ... The breakdown of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia was realized by the declaration of federal organization and by ... up to the assemblies of the people's republics and the People's Assembly of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia ...
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*  History of modern Serbia - Wikipedia
Serbia and Montenegro formed a new federation of the two republics naming it the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Following the ... One of the republics was Serbia, which had two autonomous provinces: Vojvodina and Kosovo. From the 1974 Yugoslav constitution ... In 2003, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was transformed into the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, and following the ... After the breakup of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1991-1992, ...
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*  League of Communists of Yugoslavia - Wikipedia
... the party consolidated its power and established a single party state in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which ... Many of their ideas were ultimately adopted in the new 1974 Yugoslav Constitution. The Praxis School - a Marxist humanist ... After the collapse of Yugoslavia in 1941, the communist-led Yugoslav Partisans became embroiled in the Yugoslav People's ... declined and the party moved to a federal structure giving more power to party branches in Yugoslavia's constituent republics. ...
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*  Socialist Republic of Montenegro - Wikipedia
... was one of the 6 republics forming the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. It is a predecessor of the modern-day ... "Socialist Republic of Montenegro" (a change ratified both by the Federal Constitution and the newly created Montenegrin ... in the central Yugoslav government) Milovan Đilas (7 March 1945 - April 1945) Prime Minister of Montenegro Blažo Jovanović (17 ... was deleted from the republic's title (ratified by the 1992 Constitution). 1971 census: Montenegrins: 355,632 (67.15%) Muslims ...
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*  Slovenes - Wikipedia
Following the re-establishment of Yugoslavia at the end of World War II, Slovenia became part of the Socialist Federal Republic ... In the late 1950s, Slovenia was the first of the Yugoslav republics to begin a process of relative pluralization. A decade of ... Per the Constitution of Slovenia and the Slovenian act on national symbols, the flag of the Slovene nation is a white-blue-red ... In 1973, this trend was stopped by the conservative faction of the Slovenian Communist Party, backed by the Yugoslav Federal ...
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*  List of Presidents of Croatia - Wikipedia
... then still a constituent republic of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and held office together with several Vice ... The collective presidency was reduced to seven members on 25 July 1990 and the name of the constituent Yugoslav republic was ... with the President of the Presidency as head of state of the Republic. The next constitution of 1990 abolished the Presidency ... League of Communists of Yugoslavia (2) League of Communists of Yugoslavia (5) League of Communists of Yugoslavia (8) Croatian ...
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*  20th-century history of Kosovo - Wikipedia
After Yugoslavia's name change to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia's to the Socialist Republic of Serbia ... The government considered this subversive to the Yugoslav constitution. Colonisation of Kosovo was a state project implemented ... The province was first formed as a member of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia under the leadership of the Partisan ... According to SANU, Yugoslavia was suffering from ethnic strife and the disintegration of the Yugoslav economy into separate ...
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*  Lazar Koliševski - Wikipedia
Titoism Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Socialist Republic of Macedonia Historical Dictionary of the Republic of ... After the Yugoslav Constitution of 1974 was passed, Koliševski grew much more influential in the Yugoslav political world. The ... was Yugoslav communist political leader in the Socialist Republic of Macedonia and briefly in the Socialist Federal Republic of ... a federal unit of the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia (DFY). It was essentially the highest office in the Federal State of ...
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*  League of Communists of Slovenia - Wikipedia
List of leaders of communist Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. ... Its initial autonomy was further amplified with the Yugoslav constitution of 1974, which devolved greater power to the various ... left the Party Congress of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, leading to the collapse of the all-Yugoslav party. On 4 ... was the Slovenian branch of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, the sole legal party of Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1989. It ...
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*  Bunjevci - Wikipedia
... violation of laws and constitution of the Republic of Serbia. Today, both major parts of the community (the pro-independent ... The Yugoslav communist government counted Bunjevci (and Šokci) as part of Croatian national corpus. Proponents of a distinct ... The subsequent creation of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (renamed Yugoslavia in 1929) brought most of the Bačka ... Despite this, the provincial and federal authorities listed the Bunjevci as Croats, together with the Šokci and considered them ...
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*  Socialist Autonomous Province of Kosovo - Wikipedia
Per the Constitutions of SFR Yugoslavia and SR Serbia, SAP Kosovo also gained its own Constitution. The Province of Kosovo ... However, one piece of the former Kosovo Vilayet was given to the new Yugoslav republic of Macedonia (including the former ... and gained a seat in the Federal Presidium of Yugoslavia (including veto power on the federal level) which equated it to the ... In the new constitutions of Yugoslavia and Serbia, adopted during the reform of 1974, Kosovo was granted major autonomy, ...
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*  Myanmar-Serbia relations - Wikipedia
In July 1947, Kyaw Nyein and another high ranking Burmese politician visited Yugoslavia, and the 1946 Yugoslav Constitution was ... Myanmar and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia established relations on December 19, 1950, and the first ambassadors ... "Yugoslavia of Asia." Both Burma and Yugoslavia were countries made up of many ethnic groups and religions, and both wanted to ... In the following decades, Yugoslavia became one of, if not the primary arms supplier of Burma. H.E. U Zaw Tun, the 18th and ...
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