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CHAPTER FIVE The Political System Reexamined:

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This chapter examines three attempts to reform the Yugoslav political system from 1974 to 1986 and the reasons for their failure. All three initiatives came from Serbia, the only Yugoslav republic with autonomous provinces in its territory. The disintegrative processes in Serbia followed the decentralization in Yugoslavia after the 1974 Constitution. But while Yugoslavia was a federation with elements of  Read more...
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ISBN: 9781557534958 9781612490755
Publication:Jović, Dejan; Yugoslavia : A State that Withered Away; 171; West Lafayette, Indiana : Purdue University Press, 2008
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 8182642987
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This chapter examines three attempts to reform the Yugoslav political system from 1974 to 1986 and the reasons for their failure. All three initiatives came from Serbia, the only Yugoslav republic with autonomous provinces in its territory. The disintegrative processes in Serbia followed the decentralization in Yugoslavia after the 1974 Constitution. But while Yugoslavia was a federation with elements of confederalism, Serbia was formally a unitary state whose relations with its provinces were based on political compromises following the 1967-74 constitutional debate. Although Kosovo and Vojvodina did not become republics on their own, in reality their status was in all

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