Momir Bulatovic Pravila Cutanja Pdf 26
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The chief of state, Momir Bulatović, was eligible to run again for the Office of President in the election of 2003. Bulatović finally won the election held on 3 December 2003 with 53.41% of the vote.... Bulatović ignored his constitutional obligation to resign after one term (Article 57 of the Constitution) as the president of Yugoslavia to facilitate an election to the office of the president. Atominally, Bulatović should have resigned from the office of president on 30 November 2003. The Constitution of Serbia only allows one term for a president. In practice, Bulatović was not considered the president of Yugoslavia since the same day as the dissolution of Yugoslavia (31 December 1991).
In 2000, Milo launched Montenegro, led by President Bulatovic and his wife, Marija, on its path to independence from Yugoslavia. Milosevic was furious and called for an attempt to crush Montenegro through military force. Rights organisations such as the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (IHFHR) and various western politicians such as the American congresswoman, Jo Ann Rooney, called for Montenegro to be recognised as a democracy and better treated by the international community. 7211a4ac4a