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CHAPTER SEVEN Slovenia and Serbia:

Edition/Format: Chapter Chapter : English
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After consolidating his control over the Central Committee in September 1987, Slobodan Milošević declared constitutional changes (both in Serbia and in Yugoslavia) to be his first next goal. Already in January 1987 (thus to a large extent as a result of a decade of Ivan Stambolić’s efforts) the federal presidency agreed to open a public debate about constitutional changes. In February 1987, the Party Presidency  Read more...
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ISBN: 9781557534958 9781612490755
Publication:Jović, Dejan; Yugoslavia : A State that Withered Away; 307; West Lafayette, Indiana : Purdue University Press, 2008
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 8182696216
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After consolidating his control over the Central Committee in September 1987, Slobodan Milošević declared constitutional changes (both in Serbia and in Yugoslavia) to be his first next goal. Already in January 1987 (thus to a large extent as a result of a decade of Ivan Stambolić’s efforts) the federal presidency agreed to open a public debate about constitutional changes. In February 1987, the Party Presidency approved a debate on 130 amendments to the 406 articles of the 1974 Constitution. But the beginning of the debate revealed only deep differences between the republics and provinces, especially over the central issue of

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