Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro
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The Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro (Serbian: Уставна повеља Србије и Црне Горе, Ustavna povelja Srbije i Crne Gore) came into force on 4 February 2003, creating a loose union between Serbia and Montenegro under one government, the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, replacing the earlier Federal Constitution of FR Yugoslavia.
- Declaration on Relations with the Republic of Serbia after gaining Independence
- Full text from Serbian government (PDF, 187KB).
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