Association for Yugoslav Democratic Initiative
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The Association for Yugoslav Democratic Initiative (Serbo-Croatian: Udruženje za jugoslovensku/jugoslavensku demokratsku inicijativu, UJDI) was a political party in SFR Yugoslavia. It ran in elections in SR Serbia.
It was founded in Zagreb in 1988 by a group of left-leaning intellectuals, notably its first president was Branko Horvat, the second president was Nebojša Popov, its director was Žarko Puhovski and the members included Bogdan Bogdanović, Milan Kangrga, Lev Kreft, Shkëlzen Maliqi, Vesna Pešić, Koča Popović, Milorad Pupovac, Ljubomir Cuculovski, Ljubiša Ristić, Božidar Gajo Sekulić, Rudi Supek, Ljubomir Tadić, Dubravka Ugrešić, Predrag Vranicki, Nenad Zakošek, Jug Grizelj.
In the Serbian parliamentary election, 1990, it obtained 0,5% and won 1 seats.
- Božo Repe, Slovenci v osemdesetih letih, (Ljubljana 2001), 51.