2 edition of Statute of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia found in the catalog.
Statute of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia
Savez komunista Jugoslavije.
Translation of Statut.
|Statement||adopted by the VII Congress held from 22 to 26 April, 1958 in Ljubljana.|
|LC Classifications||JN9679.A53 A7713|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||72194302|
Communism spread to Yugoslavia after the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in A socialist party was formed, but had to stay underground because it was banned by the government of King Alexander I. Most of the people living in Yugoslavia at this time (a nation consisting of Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Slovenia) were. The League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ) introduced a new reform which included the appointment of a member collective leadership of tbe party and an agreement that the presidency of the Central Committee as well as that of the Federal Republic, which is comprised of representatives of each republic and autonomous province would rotate annually.
League of Communist Youth of Yugoslavia. 2 likes. Alliance of the Communist Youth of Yugoslavia, commonly known in English as the Young Communist League. With an irregular campaign and a secret ballot, on 11th of November , The Communist Party, lead by Josip Broz Tito, won the elections in Yugoslavia, bringing communism as the new political regime. This description sounds like the ideal representation of implementing the communist orthodoxy, however the alliance with mother URSS and Stalin started easily. Some authors suggest generational change in the League of Communists 16 as one of the reasons for such a change, when younger and more liberal communist officials came to power. 17 Also, Yugoslav foreign policy built an image of Yugoslavia as a world leader in the Non-aligned Movement which was founded by Tito, Nasser, Nehru, Sukarno and Author: Hazim Fazlic.
In early she worked in the League of Communists of Yugoslavia in Skopje, then as a party instructor in Strumica, Bitola and Štip. Na początku r. pracowała w Lidze Komunistów Jugosławii w Skopje, następnie jako instruktorka partii w Strumicy, Bitoli i Sztipie. Sixth Congress in Then, as a sign of the new direction, a new CPY Statute was adopted and the name was changed from CPY to LCY - League of Com-munists of Yugoslavia. 2 In January , the Constitutional Law on the Foun-dations of Social and Political Settlement of the FPRY and soon the laws for. All Yugoslavia’s republics held elections during To run its government, Slovenia elected a coalition of six center-to-right parties. It defeated the former Communists (renamed the Party of Democratic Renewal), but as President they chose Milan Kučan, who, although a long-time Communist, had strongly opposed Milošević, and had led the Slovenian walkout from the League of Communists.
The midnight rally
Social education of preschool children in the Soviet Union
Threat and response
Energy, environment, and quality in cement and construction industry.
Dance for a lady
Colonial furniture, rare Americana, Anglo-American and marine Lowestoft
The Black Phalanx
formation of a Jesuit priest.
sociology of music
Assessment of Sexual Dependency
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