SFRJ

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SFRJSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
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In those countries, as well as in Croatia, which was then part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), there was a breakdown of communist regimes that open the door to the processes of liberalization and democratization.
It is also true that Kosovo never had the status of a republic within the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, even though it was the fourth most populous unit of the Yugoslav federation.
After independence in 1991, Parliament passed legislation calling for denationalization (with restitution or compensation) within a fixed period of church properties--church buildings and support buildings, residences, businesses, and forests-that were nationalized after World War II by the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. By March 31, 2006, the Government had adjudicated 35,241 (92 percent) of the 38,306 denationalization claims filed.
On what grounds were the internal federal borders of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Macedonia deemed sacrosanct, effectively trumping any claim to revision from within, when these same republics had themselves, by their actions, called into question and radically transformed the borders of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ("SFRY")?
has been particularly complex in light of the break-up of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (the "S.F.R.Y.") (37) in the early 1990s.
See Marc Weller, The International Response to the Dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 86 AM.
However, the old Socialist Federal republic of Yugoslavia was thrown out of the organisation in 1992, before any loans were made to it.
Bosnia and Herzegovina became the focus of ethnic conflict after the 1991 dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with the secessions of Slovenia and Croatia.
March 1 is the day when we celebrate the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The major events of 2015 also include the fourth meeting of the Standing Joint Committee of high representatives of successor states to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which met in Sarajevo in November after a six-year deadlock, at which high representatives unanimously issued twelve recommendations to government to enable faster and more effective resolution of contentious issues.
Official relations between the then European Economic Community and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) were established in 1968.
Born in Croatia, which still belonged to the nonaligned Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia under the leadership of Josip Broz Tito, the artist had to wait many years to achieve recognition in the West.
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