Foreign News: Kiny Capitulates

Nikola Pashitch, "octogenarian monocrat," became so obsessed with his power to rule the Balkans with an iron hand that his views, somewhat arbitrarily enunciated, were reported to have angered King Alexander, a determined and able ruler. Result: Pashitch, who was then Premier, resigned, having first advised a general election (TIME, July 28).

The King declined to dissolve the Narodna Skupshtina (National Assembly), a step necessary to the calling of a general election. Instead, he appointed Lubomir Davidovitch Premier. The new Premier was soon forced to resign.

Last week, the King capitulated. Pashitch was reappointed...

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