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Change and reform of the League of Communists in Yugoslavia

Jim Seroka

Change and reform of the League of Communists in Yugoslavia

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Published by University of Pittsburg Center for Russian and East European Studies in Pittsburg, Pa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yugoslavia
    • Subjects:
    • Savez komunista Jugoslavije.,
    • Yugoslavia -- Politics and government -- 1980-1992.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJim Seroka.
      SeriesThe Carl Beck papers in Russian and East European studies,, no. 704
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJN9679.A53 S46 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination68 p. ;
      Number of Pages68
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1794025M
      LC Control Number89193138

      The League of Communists of Yugoslavia between the tenth and the eleventh congresses: from the report of the work of the LCY and of the Central Committee of the LCY. Responsibility editor-in-chief, Stipe Duzevic ; editor, Novak Strugar ; translators, Slavenka Petnicki, Andelija Vujović.   Yugoslavia could have been a leader and done something good for itself and for its neighbors.” Instead, of course, Yugoslavia became the region’s foremost negative example, something to be avoided at all costs. The problems began much earlier than


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Change and reform of the League of Communists in Yugoslavia. Pittsburg, Pa.: University Change and reform of the League of Communists in Yugoslavia book Pittsburg Center for Russian and East European Studies, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jim Seroka.

The League of Communists of Yugoslavia, known until as the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, was the founding and ruling party of SFR was formed in as the main communist opposition party in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and after its initial successes in the elections, it was proscribed by the royal government and was at times harshly and violently d:Vukovar Congress in The concept of Yugoslavia, as a single state for all South Slavic peoples, emerged in the late 17th century and gained prominence through the Illyrian Movement of the 19th century.

The name was created by the combination of the Slavic words "jug" (south) and "slaveni" (Slavs). Yugoslavia was the result of the Corfu Declaration, as a project of the Serbian Parliament in exile and the Serbian Capital and largest city: Belgrade, 44°49′N 20°27′E.

The League of Communists of Serbia (Serbo-Croatian: Savez komunista Srbije / Савез комуниста Србије, SKS), founded as the Communist Party of Serbia (Serbo-Croatian: Komunistička partija Srbije / Комунистичка партија Србије, KPS) inwas the Serbian branch of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, the sole legal party of Yugoslavia from Ideology: Communism, Marxism–Leninism, Titoism.

League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY; Savez Komunista Jugoslavije), the communist party of Yugoslavia, founded in April at a congress in Belgrade as the Socialist Workers’ Party of Yugoslavia (Communist) through the unification of the Serbian Social Democratic Party, the Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Hercegovina, leftist socialists.

The Sixth Party Congress also changed the name of the party to the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, to differentiate it from the other East European Communist parties. Under Tito, a series of pragmatic adjustments were made after to counteract the decentralization trend, when more control was needed in the central party organ.

This paper is dedicated to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia, hereafter Yugoslavia), [2] a country that was known for its unique system of ‘market socialism’. Despite retaining a communist one-party political regime throughout its existence ( – ), Yugoslavia was the first socialist country to attempt far-reaching economic : Milica Uvalić.

Read this book on Questia. Yugoslavia and the New Communism by George W. Hoffman, Fred Warner Neal, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Yugoslavia and the New Communism ().

Change and reform of the League of Communists in Yugoslavia by Jim Seroka (Book) Parteiorganisation und nationale Frage in Jugoslavien by Othmar Nikola Haberl (Book) Die Emanzipation der KP Jugoslawiens von d.

Other articles where Communist Party of Yugoslavia is discussed: Slobodan Milošević: Montenegrin parents and joined the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (from the League of Communists of Yugoslavia [LCY]) when he was 18 years old.

He graduated from the University of Belgrade with a law degree in and began a career in business administration, eventually becoming head of the state. Yugoslavia. League of Communists of Yugoslavia.

Through the end of the s, Yugoslavia remained a one-party state. All government officials at national and republic levels, and a very high percentage of local officials, were chosen from among the two million members of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY). Flag of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia.

The flag of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia was red with a star outlined in yellow and charged with the sickle and hammer, underneath the acronym "SKJ" (Savez Komunista Jugoslavije); in the canton, and next to it, the motto "Workers of All Countries, Unite!".

This resulted in a change in the party's role in society from holding a monopoly of power to being an ideological leader.

As a result, the party name was changed to the League of Communists of Yugoslavia (Savez komunista Jugoslavije, SKJ) in during its sixth Congress. Likewise, the names of the regional branches were changed accordingly. Yugoslavia in the late s was, in Gagnon's view, on the verge of large-scale sociopolitical and economic change.

He shows that political and economic elites in Belgrade and Zagreb first created and then manipulated violent conflict along ethnic lines as a way to short-circuit the dynamics of political change/5(2).

*Inthe official name of Yugoslavia’s Communist Party (then, the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, CPY) changed to the League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY). Unless otherwise specified, any mention of communists in Yugoslavia refers to the LCY.

Balkans - Balkans - Communism: After World War II, Albania and Yugoslavia almost immediately fell to the communists, who owed their victory to their strength within the resistance movements and to the disengagement of the Western powers from the region.

In Romania and Bulgaria the communists moved more cautiously and slowly than in Albania and Yugoslavia, but by the end of they had.

Yugoslavia was led from to by. Josip Tito. The brutal policy of ethnic cleansing was most widely used againt. Bosnian Muslims. Beforethe most powerful policy-making body in the Soviet Union was.

the Politburo. All of the following occurred in response to glasnost EXCEPT. It later split into League of Communists of Yugoslavia in Serbia and League of Communists of Yugoslavia-Communist Party of Serbia.

There are several Titoist parties in the Republic of Macedonia. The Workers' Communist Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a pro-Yugoslav union party which respects but is also critical of the LCY and Tito.

Confusion in the definition of the Left in Yugoslavia culminated in the nineties of last century due to the disintegration of Alliance of Communists of Yugoslavia as a highly revisionist and nationalist party.

Common opinion in Serbia, in that time, was that the Milosevic's SPS and JUL (which was only a surrogate of SPS), which. 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.

Serbs throughout Yugoslavia. Conservatives provoked, created, and fueled 1 I will use the terms conservative and reformist in speaking about these two group-ings within the League of Communists of Yugoslavia; Latinka Perovi ć, head of the League of Communists of Serbia in the early s, refers to them perhaps more accurately as theCited by:   But probably Markovic would try to find a solution through the former Youth Organization, now the Liberal Party and the former League of Communists which in October will change its name probably to Party of Democratic Change.

(The Slovene former League of Communists is the only true social democratic party in Slovenia. Also during this time period, the communist government recognized Muslim citizens as a nationality. The "Muslim nationality" meant to many Muslim inhabitants that they were of equal status to the other major religious groups, and so being would receive greater rights in.

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. equals Serbia in its contribution to Yugoslavia's wealth.

But it is ancient Serbia, the core around which the asti- ficial "Yugoslavia" was created, that is the natural leader of any integral Yugoslav state. Even with the historic factors of the Serb royal house and Orthodox Church removed, over 50 percent of the Yugoslav Communists.

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia or SFRY) was the Yugoslav state that existed from its foundation during World War II until its dissolution in amid the Yugoslav was a socialist state and a federation made up of six socialist republics: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.

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The League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY) played the role of “mediator” among the quarreling Yugoslav peoples. It promised an ideological reso-lution of the national question through a social revolutionthat subsumed class and national dis-tinctions within a socialist framework. While the country’s major ethnic groups were constituted asFile Size: KB.

Efforts to liberalize and reform the Communist Party were rather modest, such that through the s the authority of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (CPY) as the sole venue for legitimate political activity in Yugoslavia—renamed the League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY) in so as to make it appear more voluntarist and popular—was Cited by: 8.

This chapter focuses on the construction of official identity in postwar Yugoslavia (–). More specifically, it analyses the construction by the Yugoslav political elite of a political frontier1 between “Us” and “Others.” In states led by Communist parties, the political elite has perceived itself primarily as an intellectual elite.

After all, the Communist party was supposed Author: Dejan Jović. Is Yugoslavia a socialist country. This is not only a question of ascertaining the nature of the Yugoslav state, but it also involves the question of which road the socialist countries should follow: whether they should follow the road of the October Revolution and carry the socialist revolution through to the end or follow the road of Yugoslavia and restore capitalism.

The League of Communists of Yugoslavia, which ruled for the four decades that Yugoslavia pioneered its independent path of self-managing socialism, had collapsed. In its wake came, not one successor party, but many, formed within the disparate republics and not on the best of terms with each : Helena Sheehan.

My book, ‘The Hour of Europe: Western Powers and the Breakup of Yugoslavia (Yale University Press, )’, was an attempt to change that trend of indifference, so I am particularly grateful to.

Sprawdź tłumaczenia 'League of Communists of Yugoslavia' na język Polski. Zapoznaj się z przykładami tłumaczeń 'League of Communists of Yugoslavia' w zdaniach, posłuchaj wymowy i przejrzyj gramatykę. A Communist government was also created under Marshal Tito in Yugoslavia, but Tito's independent policies led to the expulsion of Yugoslavia from the Cominform, which had replaced the Comintern, and Titoism was labeled deviationist.

By the Chinese Communists held all of China except Taiwan, thus controlling the most populous nation in the. Change and reform of the League of Communists in Yugoslavia / Jim Seroka.

JN A53 S46 Reorganization of the LYC / [by] Josip Broz Tito [and] Mijalko Todorovic. 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.

Defying Stalin and his brand of communism, Tito's Yugoslavia developed a unique kind of socialism that combined one-party rule with an economic system of workers' self-management that aroused intense interest throughout the Cold War.

As a member of the American Universities Field Staff, Dennison Rusinow became a long-time resident and frequent visitor to Yugoslavia. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the death of Blessed Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac, the Croatian Catholic University and Interfilm held at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb on Saturday, February 8, the premiere of the new documentary film “Stepinac: The Cardinal and His Conscience”, authored by Croatia’s acclaimed writer, journalist, screenplay writer and [ ].

Media in category "Young Communist League of Yugoslavia" The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 ce of: youth wing (League of Communists.

The Blue Book, in wh signatures of Kragujevac youth were collected and handed over to Josip Broz Tito on The Congress adopted new measures of liberalization, reflected in the new name of the party – the League of Communists of Yugoslavia.

- The Constitution Act, which amended the Constitution fromwas.Abstracts During the eighties, Yugoslavia was faced with a growing crisis that has put into question the survival of the federation.

Conflicting strategies of the future Yugoslavia, based in the republic League of Communists, have finally separated on the 14th LCY extraordinary Congress in January Author: Davor Pauković.The leading clique of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia has betrayed Marxism-Leninism and the Yugoslav people and consists of renegades from international communist movement and lackeys of imperialism” (People’s Daily; Red Flag ).

While this text is mostly directed towards the Soviet turn in politics and Khrushchev’s calling.