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ANALIZE


   

NSPM ANALIZE br. 2 - Contents (Serbian version) Summaries (Serbian version)

Contents:

Miodrag Radojević: Serbian constitutional aporias

Zoran Lutovac: How to reach the new Serbian constitution?

Čedomir Antić: The constitutional question

Miša Đurković: Joint effort towards the constitutional foundation

A brief review of the Serbian constitutionality from St. Sava to the end of the XX century

Dialogue: Đorđe Vukadinović i Dragan Bujošević

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Abstracts

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Summaries:

 

Miodrag Radojević

Serbian constitutional aporias

The article gives a retrospective of the previous work done on the revision of the Serbian constitution. It points to the main procedural and political difficulties, and estimates the prospects for establishing of a new constitution in the near future.

Key words: constitution, democracy, change of constitution.

Zoran Lutovac

How to reach the new Serbian constitution?

The main culprit behind Serbia's lack of a new constitution is the present government. That is why a group of experts has made a non-partisan proposal of the constitution, supported by the president of the republic. Since ruling coalition did not show much understanding for this attempt to move things from a standstill, an exit lies in scheduling of elections for the constituent assembly.

Key words: constitution, democracy, change of constitution.

Čedomir Antić

The constitutional question

Many reasons could be found if one wants to determine why a new constitution has not been established after 2000. Probably the only solution to this problem lies in an agreement between four reformist parties (DSS, DS, G17, and SPO-NS) over the change of constitution by the majority of votes and with holding of the referendum.

Key words: constitution, democracy, change of constitution.

Miša Đurković

Joint effort towards the constitutional foundation

There are three reasons for establishing of the new constitution. First comes the question of Kosmet. Consensus over Kosmet would strengthen our position in the talks over the future of Kosovo. The second is the question of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. A new constitution would confirm Serbia's commitment as a state, which is being capable of continuing the process of building of the Union. Thirdly, the new constitution would portray Serbia as a serious state that would, within the processes of European integrations, be able to insist on the protection of the rights of Serbs in the Balkans.

Key words: constitution, democracy, consensus, Kosovo, Montenegro.

A brief review of the Serbian constitutionality from St. Sava to the end of the XX century

An introspective of the development of Serbian constitutionality is given from the St. Sava's church constitution, across Dusan's Legal Code, Sretenje Constitution, Turkish Constitution, the Constitution of the Princedom of Serbia, Regency Constitution from 1869, Radical's constitution from 1888, Constitution of the Kingdom of Serbia from 1901, Constitution of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians established on St. Vitus' Day on the 28 th of June 1921, Constitution from 1931, and different constitutions from the time of the communist Yugoslavia, to the Constitution of Republic of Serbia from 1990.

Key words: constitution, democracy, division of power, history of constitutionality.

 

  

 
     
     
 
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