JUGOSLAVIA: More Golden Bullets

The docile Cabinet of Alexander, the Dictator King who looks like a dentist, and his big-jowled Premier General Pera Zivkovitch assembled hurriedly at the summer palace last week. King Alexander, sober behind his glittering pince-nez, told them that his three-year Dictatorship was at an end (TIME, Jan. 14, 1929 et seq.). Before the Ministers had recovered from their astonishment. Minister of the Court Jevtitch stood up and read them Jugoslavia's new Constitution. This document was evolved by no convention. It is the handiwork of shrewd King Alexander himself. Points:

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