The Jugoslavian Cabinet, which resigned when Minister of Education Raditch charged Premier Pashitch with aiding his son, Rade Pashitch, to defraud the Government (Time, April 12), was reformed last week by M. Nikola T. Uzunovitch, Minister of Public Works in the last Cabinet. The new Premier is of M. Pashitch's party (Radical), and the new Cabinet is exactly like the last, except that M. Pashitch and Finance Minister Stoyadinovitch have been dropped, while the new Premier holds the Finance portfolio and has entrusted his former ministry (Public Works) to a brother...

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