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Stipe Šuvar[edit]

The meaning of the original formulation about the dismissal of Stipe Šuvar ("Stipe Mesić nominated by Croatian separatist government" or "government that tended to secession") was following: a person whose goal was actually to dissolve Yugoslavia became a member of Yugoslavia's top body instead of a man who was trying to protect the integrity of Yugoslavia. On my opinion, by editing to the current formulation: "Stipe Mesić nominated by Croatian government" that meaning has nearly dissapeared. BlueRoar (talk) 16:09, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

  • List is not complete. In October 1988 Franc Setinc and Bosko Krunic have resigned because of Kosovo situation. Setinc words are:"This is a warning - if it can be heard above the general clamor - that the last hour has come for us to come to our senses and rid ourselves of harmful emotions and passions, varied nationalistic and dogmatic legends and follow the voice of reason and progress.".
  • In 1990-91 Yugoslavia is dead and similar thing is with presidency. Members are elected against constituion (new members of Vojvodina and Kosovo are elected by Serbian parliament but election right is in hands of Vojvodina and Kosovo parliament)
  • All in all during 1990-91 period we are having coup government in Serbia (which has taken control of Vojvodina and Kosovo (and Montenegro) with coups) and separatist governments in Croatia and Slovenia. It is not possible to only to say that Croatian separatist government has removed Stipe Šuvar but then we must write that Serbian government has against constitution changed members from Vojvodina and Kosovo. Only then we will have NPOV article.--Rjecina (talk) 14:59, 15 August 2008 (UTC)

In October 1988 neither Šetinc nor Krunić were members of the Presidency, they resigned from the Party Presidium. Krunić was a member of the Presidency from June 1987 to June 1988 while being chairman of the Party Presidium. BlueRoar (talk) 10:24, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

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Why "Presidium"?[edit]

The Serbo-Croatian title was "Preds(j)edništvo SFRJ", not "Prezidium SFRJ", and by the time the Presidency was established, Yugoslavia wasn't a Soviet satellite anymore, so using the Russian title "Президиум СФРЮ" is not a valid justification.

Requested move 25 September 2017[edit]

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The result of the move request was: Moved. No opposition, and "Presidency..." was the long-term title before it was moved/reverted/moved again back in 2015  — Amakuru (talk) 14:51, 2 October 2017 (UTC)



Presidium of YugoslaviaPresidency of Yugoslavia – The title Presidium was never used for this body of State. The Russian title is not an excuse, as this was beyond the Tito-Stalin split. Glide08 (talk) 09:35, 25 September 2017 (UTC)


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