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2014 | 4(30) | 191-209
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A Platform on the Future Yugoslav Community (Izetbegovic-Gligorov Plan). A View from the Perspective of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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A platform on the future Yugoslav community or the Izetbegovic-Gligorov Plan offered one of the options in searching of the possibilities for the organization of relating among the Yugoslav republics with the aim to avoid the war conflicts in a general disintegration of the party, political, economic and state system of the Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia. The platform was based on the principle 2+2+2 and projected an asymmetric federation or confederation, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia were semi independent but sovereign republics, and Croatia and Slovenia were as sovereign and autonomous within the confederation as they considered to be necessary. However, the suggestion option could not reconcile the confronting political stances of Slovenia and Croatia on one and Serbia, Montenegro on the other side. The national interests which led to the creation of independent states were much stronger than the possibilities of reorganization of the Yugoslav federation into a modern European state.
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  • University of Sarajevo
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