MONTENEGRIN CONSTITUTION OF 1905 
PRESENTED IN THE PERIODICAL OF 
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MONTENEGRIN CONSTITUTION OF 1905 PRESENTED IN THE PERIODICAL OF NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES
MONTENEGRIN CONSTITUTION OF 1905 PRESENTED IN THE PERIODICAL OF NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES

Author(s): Nevenka Bogojević-Gluščević
Subject(s): History
Published by: Историјски институт Црне Горe
Keywords: Montenegrin Constitution of 1905; Principality of Montenegro, King Nikola, democratic relationships, parliamentary system, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia

Summary/Abstract: The author deals with the issue of reflections caused by the first Montenegrin Constitution of 1905 and its influence on the political and social relationships in the countries of Montenegrin close environment. As a source of research, representative periodicals, namely press (one publication) from three neighboring countries: Serbia (Politika), Croatia (Hrvatske novine), and Bosnia (Srpska riječ). An accent in the research has been put on an objective influence that via the Nikoljdan’s Constitution could reach these countries regarding the existing quality of democratic relations in them. Apart from this, negative circumstances after the adoption of the Montenegrin Constitution could not favor the process of the initiated democracy in the mentioned Balkan countries.

  • Issue Year: 2010
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 337-354
  • Page Count: 17
  • Language: English