The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
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Published by Ministry of Information of the Republic of Serbia in Belgrade .
Written in English

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  • Constitutions

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Edition Notes

Other titlesConstitution of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Constitution of the Republic of Serbia
Statement[executive editor Julijana Fatić ; translated by Margot and Boško Milosavljević]
ContributionsMilosavljević, Margot, Milosavljević, Boško, Serbia
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKKZ2064 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination112 p. ;
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25135534M
LC Control Number99210005

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Get this from a library! Constitution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.. [Borislav T Blagojević; Yugoslavia.; Institut za uporedno pravo (Belgrade, Serbia)]   The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia shall be composed of the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Montenegro. The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia may be joined by other member republics, in accordance with the present Constitution. Article 3 Yugoslavia. Constitution. English. Constitution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Belgrade [Novi Sad, Prosveta] (OCoLC) Online version: Yugoslavia. Constitution. English. Constitution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Belgrade [Novi Sad, Prosveta] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All , The Constitution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia [Dopisna Delavska Univerza] Belgrade Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template

  THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIALIST FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA INTRODUCTORY PART: BASIC PRINCIPLES I. The peoples of Yugoslavia, on the basis of the right of every people to self-determination, including the right to secession, on the basis of their common struggle and their will freely declared in the People's Liberation War and Socialist ().   CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIALIST FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA Adopted by the Federal People's Assembly April 7, CONSIDERING THE HISTORICAL FACT that the working people of Yugoslavia, under the leadership of the Communist Party, overthrew the former class society based on exploitation, political oppression and national inequality by their struggle in the People's The Constitution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) was the supreme law of S.F.R. Yugoslavia and its predecessor, the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (FPRY). This federal constitution was revised several times since first being drafted after World War revisions were as follows: Constitution of FPRY, adopted on Janu +of+the+socialist+federal+republic+of. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)

  THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIALIST FEDERATIVE REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA () Preamble []. Taking as point of departure the historic fact that the workers, peasants and progressive people of all the nations and nationalities of Yugoslavia, united in the National Liberation Front headed by the Communist Party, by their struggle in the Na¬ tional Liberation War and Socialist (). The Constitution of Nigeria is the supreme law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Nigeria has had a series of constitutions. The current constitution was enacted on 29 May , inaugurating the Nigerian Fourth Republic. The constitution restored democratic rule to Nigeria, and remains in force :// Yugoslavia was defined as "a federal people's state, republican in form, a community of peoples equal in rights who, on the basis of the right to self-determination, including the right of separation, have expressed their will to live together in a federative state," made up of six republics out of which Serbia also included the Autonomous On 16 January , less than a year after the constitution was issued, the presidency of Serbia demanded its revision, explaining that it had brought disunity to the Republic of Serbia and that it was Serbia alone, among all other federal units, that had not obtained its “historic right to a national state within the Yugoslav federation.”