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8 New Yugoslav L. 1 (1957)

handle is hein.journals/newyugl8 and id is 1 raw text is: NW YIJIIIV A
NUMBER 1                   JANUARY-MARCH                    YEAR VIII
EDITORIAL NOTE
The present issue of THE NEW      YUGOSLAV     LAW    brings two
theoretical contributions of wider significance. Both relate to the essence
and further development of the social-political and legal system of Yugo-
slavia.
The basic principles and institutions of the socialist democratic
state were fixed by the Constitutional Law of January 13, 1953 (Article 1).
The subsequent social political and constitutional development had served
to supplement, implement and concretize those principles and put the
political and legal institutions to the test. In a way this phase has stood
for the building and consolidation of the social and political foundations
of the system of government and generally of the political structure of
Yugoslavia. Given that this process had proceeded   accompanied by a
simultaneous elimination of the elements and phenomena of administrative
and bureaucratic centralism, on one hand, and that it had embraced
establishment of different forms of direct democracy (workers' self-govern-
ment, the social government of the communes and other formhs), on the
other, it was inescapably realized FROM   THE   BOTTOM     UP, in the
foundations of the social and political organization. It is self-understood
that the Yugoslav state and social organization is not without the forces
and levers of unification and unity today either, and that there have been
no serious cases or dangers of atomization of the national integer, the wide
mechanism  of decentralized government and local and functional self-
government notwithstanding.
The today's stage of the political and legal development is orientated
towards a quest for better and more adequate principles and institutions
for the realization  of the very substance and mechanism   of socialist
organization and towards the further supplementing and perfecting of those
institutions that will secure unity and wholeness still more, with due respect
for the self-governing and independent political and social cells.

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