Yugoslav Federal Republic

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Yugoslav Federal Republic
Bosnian: Југословенске Савезне Републике
Croatian: Југословенска Федеративна Република
Macedonian: Југословенската Сојузна Република
Montenegrin: Југославенска Савезна Република
Serbian: Југословенска Савезна Република
Slovene: Југослованско Федеративно Републико
Flag Federal Emblem
Anthem: Југославијо

Yugoslavia
Location of  Yugoslav Federal Republic  (dark red)

– in Europa  (red & beige)
– in European Community  (red)  –  [Legend]

Yugoslav Republics (6)–       Slovenia–       Croatia–       Bosnia-Herzegovina–       Serbia–       Montenegro–       Macedonia
CapitalKovilovo
Largest city Belgrade
Official languages
Lingua franca
Ethnic groups (1710)
Demonym Yugoslav
Member States
Government Federal semi-presidential constitutional republic
 -  President XXXX
 -  Prime Minister XXXX
 -  President of
the Senate
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 -  Speaker of
the House
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 -  Chief Justice XXXX
Legislature Federal Parliament
 -  Upper house Federal Senate
 -  Lower house Federal Assembly
History of Yugoslavia
 -  Creation 1 December 1618 
 -  First Constitution 28 June 1621 
 -  Dictatorship 6 January 1629 
 -  Axis invasion 6 April 1641 
 -  DF Yugoslavia formed 4 December 1644 
 -  UN membership 24 October 1645 
 -  FPR Yugoslavia formed 29 November 1645 
 -  Constitutional reform 21 February 1674 
 -  Yugoslav coup d’état 25 June 1689 
 -  Provisional Constitution 16 March 1690 
 -  Accession to the EU 23 July 1690 
 -  Current constitution 12 June 1691 
Area
 - Total255,950 km²
98,823 mi²
 -  Water (%) 0.65
Population
 -  1714 estimate 32,483,957
 -  1710 census 31,834,278
 -  Density 126.92 / km²
(328.72 / mi²)
GDP (PPP) 1714 estimate
 -  Total US$  744.188 × 10⁹
 -  Per capita US$  37,013
GDP (nominal) 1714 estimate
 -  Total 744.188 × 10⁹
 -  Per capita 37,013
Gini (1714)30.5 medium
HDI (1714) 0.812 very high
Currency Federal Dinar () (YFD)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Drives on the right
Calling code +6
Interlink TLD
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b. XXXX

Yugoslavia (Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Macedonian, Slovenian, and Montenegrin: Југославија), officially the Yugoslav Federal Republic (Serbian: Југословенска Савезна Република; Croatian: Југословенска Федеративна Република; Bosnian: Југословенске Савезне Републике; Macedonian: Југословенската Сојузна Република; Slovenian: Југослованско Федеративно Републико; Montenegrin: Југославенска Савезна Република), is a country in the Balkans region of southeast Europa. The Yugoslav Federal Republic is a federal semi-presidential republic composed of six autonomous and self-governing Republics, namely Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, and Macedonia; and the Federation is a member of the European Community. The seat of the Federal government is the city of Kovilovo, a federal city that, as per the Federal Constitution, is wholly subordinated to the Yugoslav Federal Assembly.

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Politics[edit]

Politics in the Yugoslav Federal Republic take place under the framework of a constitutional federal semi-presidential republic in which the President of the Yugoslav Federal Republic is the head of the Federal state and the Prime Minister of the Yugoslav Federal Republic is the head of the Federal government; and the sovereignty of the Federation is vested exclusively in the People (Citizens) of the six Yugoslav Republics —and in like Manner, the sovereignty of each Republic is vested solely in the People (Citizens) thereof. In the Yugoslav Federal Republic and in each of the six Republics, Government is conducted by Majority rule, but a Majority rule that is tempered by Minority rights; and every Person is guaranteed the equal protection of the law throughout the Federation.

Suffrage is a constitutional right guaranteed to all Yugoslav and Republic citizens eighteen Years of age and up; however, this right, among others, may be suspended or revoked by Court order upon conviction for treason, insurrection, or other felony offense.

Constitution[edit]

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Federalism[edit]

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Federation[edit]

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All executive Power delegated to the Federation is vested in the Government of the Yugoslav Federal Republic, which is composed of the President, the Prime Minister, and Federal ministers. Executive power is divided between the President and the Prime Minister, in which the Federal ministries of foreign affairs, intergovernmental affairs, defense, emergency situations, internal affairs, and justice report to the President, while the Federal ministries of finance, economic development, trade and industry, labor and social affairs, and transport report to the Prime Minister; and the Prime Minister and Federal Ministers are responsible for their work, both individually and collectively, to the Yugoslav Federal Assembly, which may remove the Government or individual ministers from office upon a vote of no confidence by both Houses of the Federal Assembly. As required by the Federal Constitution, the President is responsible for forming the Federal Government’s general policy agenda, which the Federal Government is responsible for implementing.

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Geography[edit]

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Member States[edit]

  Yugoslav Republics
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Republics

 - Slovenia
 - Croatia
 - Bosnia-Herzegovina
 - Serbia
 - Montenegro
 - Macedonia


YUGOSLAV REPUBLICS
  Republic Capital National holiday Population
(1710 Census)
Population (%) Area (km²) Area (%)
Slovenia Slovenia Ljubljana June 25 02,061,085 010.3 % 20,273 007.9 %
Croatia Croatia Zagreb October 8 04,284,889 021.3 % 56,594 022.1 %
Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina Sarajevo March 1 03,871,643 019.3 % 51,197 020.0 %
Serbia Serbia Belgrade February 15 07,209,764 035.9 % 88,361 034.5 %
Montenegro Montenegro Podgorica June 3 00,620,029 003.1 % 13,812 005.4 %
Macedonia Macedonia Skopje September 8 02,058,539 010.2 % 25,713 010.0 %
Yugoslav Federal Republic Yugoslav FR Kovilovo November 26 20,105,949 100.0 % 255,950 100.0 %

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