Socialist Republic of Montenegro

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Socialist Republic of Montenegro

Socijalistička Republika Crna Gora
Социјалистичка Република Црна Гора
1945–1992
Location of Montenegro in Yugoslavia
Location of Montenegro in Yugoslavia
StatusConstituent republic
of Yugoslavia
CapitalTitograd
Common languagesSerbo-Croatian
(Serbian standard)
Albanian
GovernmentSocialist republic
Federated state
President 
• 1945–1946 (first)
Niko Miljanić
• 1990–1992 (last)
Momir Bulatović
Prime Minister 
• 1945–1953 (first)
Blažo Jovanović
• 1989–1992 (last)
Radoje Kontić
LegislaturePeople's Assembly
History 
• ZAVNOCGB
15 and 16 November 1945
8 May 1945
28 April 1992
Area
1991 census13,812 km2 (5,333 sq mi)
Population
• 1991 census
615,035
ISO 3166 codeME
Preceded by
Succeeded by
German occupied territory of Montenegro
Republic of Montenegro (1992–2006)

The Socialist Republic of Montenegro (Serbo-Croatian: Socijalistička Republika Crna Gora / Социјалистичка Република Црна Гора), commonly referred to as Socialist Montenegro or simply Montenegro, was one of the six republics forming the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the nation state of the Montenegrins. It is a predecessor of the modern-day Montenegro.

Prior to its formation, Montenegro was part of Zeta banovina administrative unit of Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

History[edit]

On 7 July 1963, the People's Republic of Montenegro (Serbo-Croatian: Narodna Republika Crna Gora / Народна Република Црна Гора) was renamed the "Socialist Republic of Montenegro" (a change ratified both by the Federal Constitution and the newly created Montenegrin Constitution in 1963) with Serbo-Croatian as the official language. In 1991, as the League of Communists of Montenegro changed its name to Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro after the first multi-party elections, the adjective "Socialist" was deleted from the republic's title (ratified by the 1992 Constitution).[1]

Demographics[edit]

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History of Montenegro
Montenegrin Cross Flag Coat of arms of Montenegro
Prehistory
Middle Ages and early modern
Modern and contemporary

1971 census:

1981 census:

1991 census

Heads of institutions[edit]

President[edit]

Prime Minister[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Montenegro: Country Profile, balkaninsight.com
  2. ^ "Montenegro". World Statesmen. Retrieved 2011-02-06.

Coordinates: 42°47′N 19°28′E / 42.783°N 19.467°E / 42.783; 19.467