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Ustashe i Slovenci Vodili SFRJ

One of the major theoretical and empirical dictums of international law
and political theory states that a country's president, prime minister,
foreign minister and top military officials, including party leaders in
the former Communist countries, are politically empowered to generate
political (and legally binding) decisions. In former Yugoslavia, the
omnipotent federal communist masters (the Yugoslav Communist Party
Politburo chiefs)

1) J. B. TITO (Croat),
2) E. KARDELJ (Slovene), and
3) V. BAKARIC (Croat),

with their disciples in the post-Tito era

1) S. DOLANC (Slovene),
2) J. VRHOVEC (Croat), and
3) B. MIKULIC (Croat from Bosnia and Herzegovina)

were the major decision-makers until Tito's death (1980). The following
list includes political principals of the Yugoslav enterprise who, during
the post-Tito era (between 1980 and 1991), held the top federal and
Communist Party positions in "Serb- dominated Yugoslavia."

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POLITICAL LEADERSHIP OF YUGOSLAVIA (1980-1991)
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YUGOSLAV PRIME MINISTERS:


V. Djuranovic (MONTENEGRIN)
M. Planinc (CROAT)
B. Mikulic (CROAT FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
A. Markovic (CROAT)
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YUGOSLAV FOREIGN MINISTERS:

J. Vrhovec (CROAT)
L. Mojsov (MACEDONIAN)
R. Dizdarevic (BOSNIAN MUSLIM)
B. Loncar (CROAT)
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PRESIDENTS OF FEDERAL PRESIDENCY:


L. Kolisevski (MACEDONIAN)
S. Krajger (SLOVENE)
P. Stambolic (SERB)
F. Hodza (ALBANIAN)
S. Dolanc (SLOVENE)
V. Zarkovic (MONTENEGRIN
L. Mojsov (MACEDONIAN)
R. Dizdarevic (BOSNIAN MUSLIM)
S. Suvar (CROAT)
J. Drnovsek (SLOVENE)
B. Jovic (SERB)
S. Mesic (CROAT)
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THE YUGOSLAV PEOPLE'S ARMY'S LEADERSHIP IN JUNE 1991
(The Year of Disintegration)


FEDERAL DEFENSE MINISTER
general V. Kadijevic (CROAT-SERB)

FEDERAL DEPUTY DEFENSE MINISTER
admiral S. Brovet (SLOVENE)

CHIEF OF THE GENERAL STAFF
general B. Adzic (SERB)

COMMANDER OF THE FIRST
MILITARY AREA (SERBIA)
general A. Spirkovski (MACEDONIAN)

COMMANDER OF THE FIFTH MILITARY
AREA (CROATIA AND SLOVENIA)
general K. Kolsek (SLOVENE)

COMMANDER OF THE THIRD MILITARY
AREA (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
general A. Luketic (CROAT)

COMMANDER OF THE NAVY
admiral Z. Letica (CROAT)

COMMANDER OF THE MARITIME AREA
admiral P. Grubisic (CROAT)

COMMANDER OF THE YUGOSLAV AIR FORCE
general A. Tus (CROAT)
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YUGOSLAVIA'S AMBASSADORS IN SELECTED COUNTRIES (JUNE 1991)


UNITES STATES OF AMERICA:
Dz. Mujezinovic (BOSNIAN MUSLIM)

SOVIET UNION:
A. Runjic (CROAT)

FRANCE:
B. Gagro (CROAT)

UNITED KINGDOM:
S. Rikanovic (SERB)

PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA:
Z. Dragan (SLOVENE)

UNITED NATIONS (New York):
D. Silovic (CROAT)

UNITED NATIONS (Geneva):
N. Calovski (MACEDONIAN)

AUSTRIA:
I. Brnelic (CROAT)

VATICAN:
I. Mastruko (CROAT)

SPAIN:
F. Dizdarevic (BOSNIAN MUSLIM)

HUNGARY:
R. Sova (HUNGARIAN)

EGYPT:
I. Ivekovic (CROAT)

TURKEY:
T. Petrovski (MACEDONIAN)

IRAN:
T. Trajkovski (MACEDONIAN)

ARGENTINA:
R. Mazuran (CROAT)

INDONESIA:
V. Koprivnjak (CROAT)


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