YUGOSLAVIA: Balkan Politics

The recent Yugo-Slavian elections demand a closer inspection than the mere tabulation of results. This is the first Parliament to be elected in the new State of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes since the elections for the provisional Constituent Assembly in November, 1920, and is therefore of some importance in Balkan politics.

Pashitch, Premier of the last legislature, made an ostensibly sweeping victory in the parliamentary elections by capturing 120 seats out of a possible 318, which will form the new Assembly (Narodna Skupshtina). His program is to strengthen . the unity...

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