[Forum Subgame of WiR 1920] - Strength of Slavia

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STRENGTH OF SLAVIA
A Saint Peter's Throne-Style Subgame of World in Revolution: 1920
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Hello, and welcome to Strength of Slavia, a subgame of the very popular forum game World in Revolution: 1920 and created in a streamlined form of Saint Peter's Throne. What exactly does this mean? Well, this forum game shall serve as a game within the game of WiR: 1920. Yugoslavia, a nation within the universe of WiR 1920, shall function as a federal constitutional monarchy, and the politics and running of Yugoslavia shall be this game. The resolutions, laws, and treaties done in this game shall be translated to orders for WiR: 1920, and their results will be fleshed out and reported back to here. So how exactly will this work?

First, you must create a character. The posts should look like this:

Character Sign Up said:
Name: (Self Explanatory)
Culture: (Serb, Croat, Slovene, or Macedon; Some WiR: 1920 players have been cleared to play other minorities)
Party: (List will be maintained below, or can be unaffiliated)
Biography: (Short summary of what your character is about)

If you join between elections, you can just serve in a party's secretariat or as a staffer for a member of the National Assembly. Elections occur at a minimum every five turns (five years), but can occur at any time the National Assembly is dissolved.

Once your character is created, you are free to begin functioning in the game. It functions by two items: In Character Posts (herein "IC") and your Personal Order. ICs are meant to serve as announcements, speeches, proposals, and other public information coming from the character. These can be used to propose laws, request a report from a government agency, exercise any powers vested in them due to their government post, or make speeches and the like. Your Personal Order is required once a turn, sent to my inbox here on Paradox Interactive via private message with the game name and your character name in the subject line, and can be used to perform actions to gain more influence, the sole statistic used in Strength of Slavia. Influence measures the political capital your character can muster, using his personal wealth, political power, moral authority, and maybe a few darker things like blackmail and bribes. These shall show up in the annual updates that recount the year.

Coups and other such extraconstitutional changes to the government are indeed possible, but will require much influence, and risk a foreign intervention, as Yugoslavia is a member state of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The history of Yugoslavia from WiR: 1920 is below:

Formed from the ashes of the Habsburg Empire after the fires of the Great War receded, Yugoslavia was first known as the State of Slovenes, Croats, and Serbs. Ruled by King Peter I of Serbia until 1921, Yugoslavia was a backwards and poor nation, reeling from the horrors of the Great War, with a massive portion of its population gone, and economic stagnation, the country began a period of modernisation and rebuilding. Roads and railroad were prioritised by the government, while at the same time ensuring that taxes were low for businesses and industrialists. Early French and Italian investments offered the first major industrial production centres of the Kingdom, building an early relationship between Yugoslavia and France.

When King Peter I died, and Alexander I took the throne in 1921, Yugoslavia became involved in the Hungarian Civil War, being defeated at the hands of the Red Hungarians after a minor border battle. After a domestic dispute over intervention, it was ultimately decided that military improvements would be undertaken, and that an intervention was not taken.

The French ties were further increased when the Treaty of Saint-Denis saw a massive amount of French money invested into the Yugoslav economy, improving agricultural yields, and setting aside funds for industrial production. It was at this point where the first major expansion of economic activity occurred in Yugoslavia, lasting from 1926 to 1930, where the economic crash destroys a large amount of progress made during the previous five years.

It was at this same time, in 1930, that Macedonian rebels had attempted to secede from Yugoslavia, setting up an independent Macedonia which had existed for a few years, before support for it was finally withdrawn from Bulgaria, and the Yugoslav Army was able to recapture the wayward province. The Yugoslav failure to keep the peace was one of the first signs of the failing Army it held, and was a great embarrassment for the nation.
With the help of the French, Macedonia was once again part of Yugoslavia, but it was devastated. With the ongoing economic crisis worldwide, money for reconstruction was small, and little progress was made. In 1934, King Alexander I was assassinated by a group of Macedonian nationalists, which caused a crackdown in Macedonia, which gave rise to the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, which was preceded by 1937, due to lack of Soviet funding.

After his father’s death, King Peter II takes the Yugoslav throne, with a Regent, Paul named to rule until 1941. Under the regent Paul’s reign, industrial production increased across Croatia and Slovenia. From 1935 to 1939, Milan Stojadinović was Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, working hard to bring industry to the country, and trying to patch together feelings unity, and to stop the hatred against the Macedonian population. This had changed when Yugoslavia was attacked by Italy.

Called Operation Neptune by the Italians, the Yugoslav Army was crushed by a lighting attack by the Italians, in a war that lasted only a few months, losing Slovenia to Austria and vast swaths of the coastal regions to Italy. Yugoslav Unity increased dramatically, and the government’s inability to prosecute the war more saw the Democratic government’s downfall in the year, replaced by Dimitrije Ljotić, a non-Italian Fascist who felt the only way to build up the country was through a Third Way. He was able to rule Yugoslavia with an iron fist from 1939 to 1949, where a civil war broke out between the fascists and the communists. Ljotić was forced to go to the French, where he promised sweeping economic, political, and social reforms for French assistance.

In 1949, a moderate was put forward to become Prime Minister, and King Peter II was able to resume his throne, after being left mostly unable to accept any power or use it at all due to the fascist regime. He instituted sweeping reforms with the help of the French, removing the old regime, and allowing the current democratic government to take shape.

Issues with Slovenia did not diminish, however, as starting in 1950, against an Austrian attempt to turn Slovenia into a fully-fledged part of Austria, pro-Yugoslav protests erupted across the region, demanding reunification with Yugoslavia. With a mixed Austrian response that ranged from oppression, appeasement, and outright slavery, the issue was finally settled in 1955 with the Treaty of Graz, which saw French money being used for the purchase, cementing the ties between the two nations.

Today, Yugoslavia is a young and dynamic nation, fully committed to the idea of ethnic unity, and a proud member of the European Economic Community and of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Along with Greece, Yugoslavia is the sole remaining Democracy in the Balkans, and is not yet united. Issues with Italy, over what they claim is continued occupation of Yugoslav lands, are still abundant. Yugoslavia claims all of the land taken from them by the Italians during Operation Neptune, as well as the land Italy was able to expand into after the Great War. The issue of northern Albania as well was strong in the country, with many feeling as if it should rejoin the country. United by fire, Yugoslavia stands together to forge their collective experiences together as they prepare to leave the 1950s, and enter into the second half of the 20th century.

The game will require 15 players to function. ArchadianEmpire shall start as the King of Yugoslavia. All other players will begin as potential members of the National Assembly. Other required positions will be the Premier of the National Assembly, Premiers for the Four Banovinas of Yugoslavia (must resign from the National Assembly after appointment), the Chairman of the Council of Kosovo, and eight members of the National Assembly. Ministries will remain as NPC until we pass the 20 player line. How these all work are detailed in the constitutions of Yugoslavia and the Banovinas, detailed below. Ethnic Councils exist as non-governmental organizations for the minorities of Yugoslavia (Albanians, Austrians, Hungarians, Italians, and Romanians) and require special permission to play as.

Remember, however, that unlike other political forum games, non-player characters will form a vast supermajority of votes (the entire assemblies of the Banovinas, and most of the National Assembly) in almost any case, and shall vote along partisan lines normally, but certainly can be influenced by players with much *dramatic pause* influence. Dice rolls based on normal curves provide a luck element, but generally the more reasonable the request (i.e. the conservatives propose a conservative law) the less influence and luck necessary, while controversial legislation or proposals might require a bit more use of influence and a decent dice roll. Please note that things like a non-Serb as Premier is highly unlikely unless they are extremely influential.

Game start is in January of 1959, as elections sweep all four Banovinas, the Kosovo Autonomous Zone, and the National Assembly. Now is your time to make a name for yourself and harness the strength of Slavia.
 
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CONSTITUTIONS

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Constitution of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
I. Declaration of the Pan-Slavic State
i. This constitution shall hereby permanently establish a home for all Slavs, be they Serb, Croat, Slovene, or Macedon.
ii. This state shall be a known as the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
iii. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia shall maintain a commitment to federalism and democracy so that all Slavs have a home.
iv. All Amendments to the Constitution of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia shall require a two-thirds majority vote in the National Assembly and the signature of the King or a three-fourths majority vote in the National Assembly.

II. Establishment of the Monarchy of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
i. The Title of the Monarch shall be King of Yugoslavia, and shall be hereditary, vested in the legitimate descendants of King Peter I of House Karađorđević.
ii. Succession shall occur upon the death of the Monarch, or upon his abdication, afterwhich the Heir, being the eldest son of the previously reigning Monarch, shall take the throne. The King may exclude persons from the Line of Succession by Royal Decree, and lacking any legitimate Heir, one may be appointed by a Royal Decree approved by three-fourths of the National Assembly, established herein.
iii. The Monarch shall have the power to dissolve the National Assembly and call for early elections, and to appoint various members of government, detailed herein, noted as being the Premier of the National Assembly of Yugoslavia, the Justices of the High Court of Yugoslavia, and the Bans of the Banovinas established within Yugoslavia.
iv. Should the National Assembly determine the King is unfit to rule due to minority of age, incapacitation, or otherwise, it may establish a Regency after a resolution requiring a two-thirds majority, and disestablish one with a similar resolution.

III. Establishment of the National Assembly of Yugoslavia
i. The National Assembly shall be the unicameral legislature of the government of Yugoslavia, with all relevant powers vested in it necessary to maintain the stability and prosperity of the state, requiring a simple majority to pass all bills presented within it.
ii. In order to be stand for election in the National Assembly, the person running must be a citizen of Yugoslavia, of the ethnicity of the Banovina of which they are running for a seat from, and of twenty-five years of age or older.
iii. Laws for elections shall be determined by the Banovinas themselves, with two-hundred and fifty seats allocated proportionally to the populations of the Banovinas, and provided all elections follow a basic proportional system of representation, as well as all universal rights of Slavs are respected, detailed herein. Elections must be held within five years of the most recent elections, and the new National Assembly shall take over within one month after the conclusion of elections.
iv. The King of Yugoslavia shall appoint a Premier of the National Assembly following each election, who shall preside over the National Assembly, maintain the executive offices of Yugoslavia, and implement the laws passed by the National Assembly. The Premier shall provide recommendations for government appointments to the King, and may dissolve the National Assembly and call early elections.
v. Should the Premier fail to perform his duties adequately, the National Assembly may hold a Vote of No Confidence, which requires a simple majority to pass. Upon its passage, the National Assembly shall dissolve and new elections shall be held immediately.

IV. Establishment of the High Court of Yugoslavia
i. The High Court shall be the supreme judiciary of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia as well as its sole constitutional court and ultimate appellate court, with all relevant powers vested in it to provide for justice in the state, and requiring a simple majority to pass a decision discussed within it.
ii. The King of Yugoslavia shall appoint five Justices to serve on the High Court, selecting one to serve as Chief Justice, who shall serve their terms until death, resignation, or a vote of dissolution by the National Assembly, requiring three-fourths majority to pass, after which the King shall appoint a new High Court.
iii. All subordinate Courts and their jurisdiction shall be created by the National Assembly with Judicial Resolutions requiring two-thirds majority to pass.

V. Establishment of the Banovinas
i. Banovinas serve as autonomous homes of the ethnicities of Yugoslavia, but shall remain wholly subordinate to the King, His National Assembly, and His High Court.
ii. All Banovinas shall be responsible to maintain their own parliament and court system that maintain the ideals and purposes of the National Assembly and High Court of Yugoslavia.
iii. The King shall appoint a Ban to serve as his Hand in each Banovina, with the power to appoint a Premier of their assemblies, veto legislation contrary to the purpose of their assemblies, and to dissolve their assemblies and call early elections.
iv. The Banovinas shall hold responsibility for elections to the National Assembly, policing and justice, education, healthcare and welfare, social policy, professional licensing, and the establishment of official religion for the Banovina.
VI. Rights of all Slavs
i. All Slavs shall have the right to freedom of expression, including speech, press, assembly, petition, and religion, so long as these do not pose a direct threat against the Pan-Slavic state.
ii. All Slavs shall have the right to fair trials, with legal protection from torture or wrongful punishment, imprisonment, or execution.
iii. All Slavs shall be granted citizenship in Yugoslavia upon swearing loyalty to the State, and shall gain suffrage upon becoming the age of majority of eighteen years, regardless of sub-Slavic identity, religion, gender, or creed.

Constitution of the Banovina of Serbia
I. Declaration of the Serbian State
i. This constitution shall hereby permanently establish a home for all Serbs with the Serbian Orthodox Church as its state religion.
ii. This state shall be a known as the Banovina of Serbia.
iii. The Banovina of Serbia shall maintain a permanent commitment to unity within and subordination to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
iv. All Amendments to the Constitution of the Banovina of Serbia shall require a two-thirds majority vote in the Assembly of Serbs and the signature of the Ban or a three-fourths majority vote in the Assembly of Serbs.

II. Establishment of the Ban of the Banovina of Serbia
i. The Title of Ban of the Banovina of Serbia shall be appointed by the King of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban shall serve until death, resignation, or dismissal by the King of Yugoslavia.
iii. The Ban shall have the power to dissolve the Assembly of Serbs and call for early elections, and to appoint various members of government, detailed herein, noted as being the Premier of the Assembly of Serbs and the Justices of the High Court of Serbia.

III. Establishment of the Assembly of Serbs
i. The Assembly of Serbs shall be the unicameral legislature of the government of Serbia, with all relevant powers vested in it necessary to maintain the stability and prosperity of the state, requiring a simple majority to pass all bills presented within it.
ii. In order to be stand for election in the Assembly of Serbs, the person running must be a citizen of Serbia, of Serb ethnicity, and of twenty-five years of age or older.
iii. Laws for elections shall be determined by the Assembly of Serbs itself, with one-hundred and fifty seats, following a proportional system of representation, and guaranteeing universal Slavic suffrage. Elections must be held within five years of the most recent elections, and the new Assembly of Serbs shall take over within one month after the conclusion of elections.
iv. The Ban of Serbia shall appoint a Premier of the Assembly of Serbs following each election, who shall preside over the Assembly of Serbs, maintain the executive offices of Serbia, and implement the laws passed by the Assembly of Serbs. The Premier shall provide recommendations for government appointments to the Ban, and may dissolve the Assembly of Serbs and call early elections.
v. Should the Premier fail to perform his duties adequately, the Assembly of Serbs may hold a Vote of No Confidence, which requires a simple majority to pass. Upon its passage, the Assembly of Serbs shall dissolve and new elections shall be held immediately.

IV. Establishment of the High Court of Serbia
i. The High Court shall be the supreme judiciary of the Banovina of Serbia as well as its sole constitutional court and ultimate appellate court, with all relevant powers vested in it to provide for justice in the state, and requiring a simple majority to pass a decision discussed within it, but permanently subordinate to the Federal Court Systems of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban of Serbia shall appoint five Justices to serve on the High Court, selecting one to serve as Chief Justice, who shall serve their terms until death, resignation, or a vote of dissolution by the Assembly of Serbs, requiring three-fourths majority to pass, after which the Ban shall appoint a new High Court.
iii. All subordinate Courts and their jurisdiction shall be created by the Assembly of Serbs with Judicial Resolutions requiring two-thirds majority to pass.

Constitution of the Banovina of Croatia
I. Declaration of the Croatian State
i. This constitution shall hereby permanently establish a home for all Croats with the Roman Catholic Church as its state religion.
ii. This state shall be a known as the Banovina of Croatia.
iii. The Banovina of Croatia shall maintain a permanent commitment to unity within and subordination to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
iv. All Amendments to the Constitution of the Banovina of Croatia shall require a two-thirds majority vote in the Assembly of Croats and the signature of the Ban or a three-fourths majority vote in the Assembly of Croats.

II. Establishment of the Ban of the Banovina of Croatia
i. The Title of Ban of the Banovina of Croatia shall be appointed by the King of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban shall serve until death, resignation, or dismissal by the King of Yugoslavia.
iii. The Ban shall have the power to dissolve the Assembly of Croats and call for early elections, and to appoint various members of government, detailed herein, noted as being the Premier of the Assembly of Croats and the Justices of the High Court of Croatia.

III. Establishment of the Assembly of Croats
i. The Assembly of Croats shall be the unicameral legislature of the government of Croatia, with all relevant powers vested in it necessary to maintain the stability and prosperity of the state, requiring a simple majority to pass all bills presented within it.
ii. In order to be stand for election in the Assembly of Croats, the person running must be a citizen of Croatia, of Croat ethnicity, and of twenty-five years of age or older.
iii. Laws for elections shall be determined by the Assembly of Croats itself, with one-hundred and fifty seats, following a proportional system of representation, and guaranteeing universal Slavic suffrage. Elections must be held within five years of the most recent elections, and the new Assembly of Croats shall take over within one month after the conclusion of elections.
iv. The Ban of Croatia shall appoint a Premier of the Assembly of Croats following each election, who shall preside over the Assembly of Croats, maintain the executive offices of Croatia, and implement the laws passed by the Assembly of Croats. The Premier shall provide recommendations for government appointments to the Ban, and may dissolve the Assembly of Croats and call early elections.
v. Should the Premier fail to perform his duties adequately, the Assembly of Croats may hold a Vote of No Confidence, which requires a simple majority to pass. Upon its passage, the Assembly of Croats shall dissolve and new elections shall be held immediately.

IV. Establishment of the High Court of Croatia
i. The High Court shall be the supreme judiciary of the Banovina of Croatia as well as its sole constitutional court and ultimate appellate court, with all relevant powers vested in it to provide for justice in the state, and requiring a simple majority to pass a decision discussed within it, but permanently subordinate to the Federal Court Systems of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban of Croatia shall appoint five Justices to serve on the High Court, selecting one to serve as Chief Justice, who shall serve their terms until death, resignation, or a vote of dissolution by the Assembly of Croats, requiring three-fourths majority to pass, after which the Ban shall appoint a new High Court.
iii. All subordinate Courts and their jurisdiction shall be created by the Assembly of Croats with Judicial Resolutions requiring two-thirds majority to pass.

Constitution of the Banovina of Slovenia
I. Declaration of the Slovenian State
i. This constitution shall hereby permanently establish a home for all Slovenes with the Roman Catholic Church as its state religion.
ii. This state shall be a known as the Banovina of Slovenia.
iii. The Banovina of Slovenia shall maintain a permanent commitment to unity within and subordination to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
iv. All Amendments to the Constitution of the Banovina of Slovenia shall require a two-thirds majority vote in the Assembly of Slovenes and the signature of the Ban or a three-fourths majority vote in the Assembly of Slovenes.

II. Establishment of the Ban of the Banovina of Slovenia
i. The Title of Ban of the Banovina of Slovenia shall be appointed by the King of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban shall serve until death, resignation, or dismissal by the King of Yugoslavia.
iii. The Ban shall have the power to dissolve the Assembly of Slovenes and call for early elections, and to appoint various members of government, detailed herein, noted as being the Premier of the Assembly of Slovenes and the Justices of the High Court of Slovenia.

III. Establishment of the Assembly of Slovenes
i. The Assembly of Slovenes shall be the unicameral legislature of the government of Slovenia, with all relevant powers vested in it necessary to maintain the stability and prosperity of the state, requiring a simple majority to pass all bills presented within it.
ii. In order to be stand for election in the Assembly of Slovenes, the person running must be a citizen of Slovenia, of Slovene ethnicity, and of twenty-five years of age or older.
iii. Laws for elections shall be determined by the Assembly of Slovenes itself, with one-hundred and fifty seats, following a proportional system of representation, and guaranteeing universal Slavic suffrage. Elections must be held within five years of the most recent elections, and the new Assembly of Slovenes shall take over within one month after the conclusion of elections.
iv. The Ban of Slovenia shall appoint a Premier of the Assembly of Slovenes following each election, who shall preside over the Assembly of Slovenes, maintain the executive offices of Slovenia, and implement the laws passed by the Assembly of Slovenes. The Premier shall provide recommendations for government appointments to the Ban, and may dissolve the Assembly of Slovenes and call early elections.
v. Should the Premier fail to perform his duties adequately, the Assembly of Slovenes may hold a Vote of No Confidence, which requires a simple majority to pass. Upon its passage, the Assembly of Slovenes shall dissolve and new elections shall be held immediately.

IV. Establishment of the High Court of Slovenia
i. The High Court shall be the supreme judiciary of the Banovina of Slovenia as well as its sole constitutional court and ultimate appellate court, with all relevant powers vested in it to provide for justice in the state, and requiring a simple majority to pass a decision discussed within it, but permanently subordinate to the Federal Court Systems of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban of Slovenia shall appoint five Justices to serve on the High Court, selecting one to serve as Chief Justice, who shall serve their terms until death, resignation, or a vote of dissolution by the Assembly of Slovenes, requiring three-fourths majority to pass, after which the Ban shall appoint a new High Court.
iii. All subordinate Courts and their jurisdiction shall be created by the Assembly of Slovenes with Judicial Resolutions requiring two-thirds majority to pass.

Constitution of the Banovina of Macedonia
I. Declaration of the Macedonian State
i. This constitution shall hereby permanently establish a home for all Macedons with the Macedonian Orthodox Church as its state religion.
ii. This state shall be a known as the Banovina of Macedonia.
iii. The Banovina of Macedonia shall maintain a permanent commitment to unity within and subordination to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
iv. All Amendments to the Constitution of the Banovina of Macedonia shall require a two-thirds majority vote in the Assembly of Macedons and the signature of the Ban or a three-fourths majority vote in the Assembly of Macedons.

II. Establishment of the Ban of the Banovina of Macedonia
i. The Title of Ban of the Banovina of Macedonia shall be appointed by the King of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban shall serve until death, resignation, or dismissal by the King of Yugoslavia.
iii. The Ban shall have the power to dissolve the Assembly of Macedons and call for early elections, and to appoint various members of government, detailed herein, noted as being the Premier of the Assembly of Macedons and the Justices of the High Court of Macedonia.

III. Establishment of the Assembly of Macedons
i. The Assembly of Macedons shall be the unicameral legislature of the government of Macedonia, with all relevant powers vested in it necessary to maintain the stability and prosperity of the state, requiring a simple majority to pass all bills presented within it.
ii. In order to be stand for election in the Assembly of Macedons, the person running must be a citizen of Macedonia, of Macedon ethnicity, and of twenty-five years of age or older.
iii. Laws for elections shall be determined by the Assembly of Macedons itself, with one-hundred and fifty seats, following a proportional system of representation, and guaranteeing universal Slavic suffrage. Elections must be held within five years of the most recent elections, and the new Assembly of Macedons shall take over within one month after the conclusion of elections.
iv. The Ban of Macedonia shall appoint a Premier of the Assembly of Macedons following each election, who shall preside over the Assembly of Macedons, maintain the executive offices of Macedonia, and implement the laws passed by the Assembly of Macedons. The Premier shall provide recommendations for government appointments to the Ban, and may dissolve the Assembly of Macedons and call early elections.
v. Should the Premier fail to perform his duties adequately, the Assembly of Macedons may hold a Vote of No Confidence, which requires a simple majority to pass. Upon its passage, the Assembly of Macedons shall dissolve and new elections shall be held immediately.

IV. Establishment of the High Court of Macedonia
i. The High Court shall be the supreme judiciary of the Banovina of Macedonia as well as its sole constitutional court and ultimate appellate court, with all relevant powers vested in it to provide for justice in the state, and requiring a simple majority to pass a decision discussed within it, but permanently subordinate to the Federal Court Systems of Yugoslavia.
ii. The Ban of Macedonia shall appoint five Justices to serve on the High Court, selecting one to serve as Chief Justice, who shall serve their terms until death, resignation, or a vote of dissolution by the Assembly of Macedons, requiring three-fourths majority to pass, after which the Ban shall appoint a new High Court.
iii. All subordinate Courts and their jurisdiction shall be created by the Assembly of Macedons with Judicial Resolutions requiring two-thirds majority to pass.

Charter of the Kosovo Autonomous Region
I. Creation of the Kosovo Autonomous Region
i. This act shall hereby establish autonomy for the Kosovo region within the Banovina of Serbia.
ii. This entity shall hereby be known as the Kosovo Autonomous Region.
iii. The Banovina of Serbia shall maintain a permanent commitment to unity within and subordination to the Banovina of Serbia.
iv. The Assembly of Serbs may amend this act by any successive act passed with this intention by simple majority.

II. Establishment of the Council of Kosovo
i. The Council of Kosovo shall be the unicameral legislature of the Autonomous Region of Kosovo, requiring a simple majority to pass all bills presented within it, and provided all powers not explicitly prohibited from it by the Assembly of Serbs.
ii. In order to be stand for election in the Council of Kosovo, the person running must be a citizen of Kosovo and of twenty-five years of age or older.
iii. Laws for elections shall be determined by the Council of Kosovo itself, with fifty seats, following a proportional system of representation, and guaranteeing universal Slavic suffrage. Elections must be held within five years of the most recent elections, and the new Council of Kosovo shall take over within one month after the conclusion of elections.
iv. The Ban of Serbia shall appoint a Chairman of the Council of Kosovo following each election, who shall preside over the Council of Kosovo, maintain the executive offices of Kosovo, and implement the laws passed by the Council of Kosovo. The Chairman may dissolve the Assembly of Serbs and call early elections.
v. Should the Chairman fail to perform his duties adequately, the Council of Kosovo may hold a Vote of No Confidence, which requires a simple majority to pass. Upon its passage, the Council of Kosovo shall dissolve and new elections shall be held immediately.
 
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Key Statistics:
Population: 13.708 million people
Serbia: 7.537 m. (54.18% of the Population)
Croatia: 3.590 m. (25.81% of the Population)
Slovenia: 1.185 m. (8.52% of the Population)
Macedonia: 1.396 m. (10.04% of the Population)
Gross Domestic Product: $81,459 million
Serbia: $51,467 m. (63.28% of the Economy)
Croatia: $18,463 m. (22.70% of the Economy)
Slovenia: $4,551 m. (5.60% of the Economy)
Macedonia: $6,977 m. (8.58% of the Economy)
Stability: Excellent

Economy:
Economic Model: Newly Industrial Market Economy
Economic Growth: In Expansion
Economic Sectors: 28% Services, 45% Industry, 27% Agriculture & Resources
International Trade: $2,481 million
Fossil Fuel Production: 22 m. Barrels of Oil, 18.00 m. Short Tons of Coal, 3.90 bn. Cubic Metres of Natural Gas
Fossil Fuel Consumption: 71 m. Barrels of Oil, 18.26 m. Short Tons of Coal, 5.20 bn. Cubic Metres of Natural Gas

Government:
Government Revenue: $12,532 m. (15.38% of GDP)
Government Expenditure: $14,465 m. (17.76% of GDP)
National Defense: Army: 0.77% of GDP, Navy: 0.24% of GDP, Air Force: 0.00% of GDP
Infrastructure: (3/5) Poor, 4.16% of GDP
Administration: (4/5) Poor, 2.68% of GDP
Education: (2/5) Poor, 1.47% of GDP, Semi-Private
Health & Welfare: (2/5) Average, 1.53% of GDP, Public & Private
Miscellaneous: 4.78% of GDP
Budgetary Balance: - $1,934 m. (-2.34% of GDP)
Treasury Balance: - $79,089 m. (-97.09% of GDP)
Bond Credit Rating: AA

Military:
Available Manpower: 1.299 m.
Yugoslav Army:
Quality: (3/5) Poor
Technology: 1943
Composition:
1st Yugoslav Infantry Division
2nd Yugoslav Infantry Division
3rd Yugoslav Infantry Division
4th Yugoslav Infantry Division
5th Yugoslav Infantry Division
6th Yugoslav Infantry Division
Yugoslav Naval Forces:
Quality: (2/5) Poor
Technology: 1935
Composition:
NKV Beograd (Cruiser)
1st Destroyer Squadron (5 Destroyers)
1st Submarine Pack (2 Submarines)

Yugoslav Air Force:
Quality: (3/5) Failing
Technology: 1935
Composition:
1st Antiaircraft Battery
 
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King of Yugoslavia - Peter II (NPC)

Premier of the National Assembly of Yugoslavia - Gavril Novakovic (etranger01)


The Royal Ministries

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Yugoslav National Party NPC
i. Foreign Officer Corps: Conducts diplomacy on behalf of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and administers its ambassadors and embassies.
ii. Foreign Intelligence Service: Gathers intelligence on foreign nations and conducts covert operations abroad.

Ministry of Finance - Yugoslav National Party NPC
i. Federal Treasury Administration: Administers the spending and saving of the federal government.
ii. Taxation and Customs Collection Agency: Collects taxes, customs duties, and all other federal revenues.
iii. Central Bank of Yugoslavia: Conducts monetary policy and administers the mints of the federal government.

Ministry of Defense - Yugoslav National Party NPC
i. Yugoslav Army: Commands and administers the ground forces of the military.
ii. Yugoslav Naval Forces: Commands and administers the maritime forces of the military.
iii. Yugoslav Air Force: Commands and administers the airborne forces of the military.

Minister of the Interior - Federal Action NPC
Federal Agency for Policing and Investigation: Performs policing and investigating duties for federal and interprovincial crimes.
Federal Security Agency: Performs counterintelligence operations.
Federal Electoral Comission: Oversees all federal elections and ensures Banovina compliance with federal electoral law.

Ministry of the Economy - Economic Freedom Movement NPC
Trade and Commerce Comission: Regulates international and interprovincial trade and commerce and administers importation and exportation centers.
Infrastructure and Transportation Administration: Regulates traffic and transportation and administers and maintains the federal infrastructure system.
Economic Advisory Committee: Provides analysis on economic initiatives proposed by the King, Premier, or National Assembly including associated costs and projections on effects.

The National Assembly of Yugoslavia
Yugoslav Union of Patriots (60.4%)
Yugoslav National Party: 99 Seats (39.6%)
Federal Action: 35 Seats (14.0%)
Economic Freedom Movement: 17 Seats (6.8%)

United Opposition Front (28.4%)
Yugoslav Democratic Party: 48 Seats (19.2%)
Union of Reform Forces: 16 Seats (6.4%)
People's Radical Party: 7 Seats (2.8%)

Independent Parties (11.2%)
All Yugoslav Workers' and Peasants' Party: 24 Seats (9.6%)
Bosniak National Party: 4 Seats (1.6%)
Macedonian Restoration Party: 0 Seats (0.0%)

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Premier of the Assembly of Serbs - Milan Kalafatović (Maxwell500)
Assembly of the Serbs
Serb Yugoslavist Party: 85 Seats (56.7%)
Serb People's Party: 33 (28.7%)
Serb Workers' Party: 14 (9.3%)
Bosniak National Party: 8 (5.3%)
Premier of the Assembly of Croats - Bojan Kovac (aedan777)
Assembly of the Croats
Croat Yugoslavist Party: 37 Seats (30.8%)
Croat People's Party: 58 (48.3%)
Croat Workers' Party: 17 (14.2%)
Bosniak National Party: 8 (6.7%)
Premier of the Assembly of Slovenes - Social Democrat NPC
Assembly of the Slovenes
Slovene Yugoslavist Party: 24 Seats (30.0%)
Slovene People's Party: 35 (43.8%)
Slovene Workers' Party: 21 (26.2%)
Premier of the Assembly of Macedons - Stylianos Anagyros Petrou (Riccardo93)
Assembly of the Macedons
Macedon Yugoslavist Party: 46 Seats (51.1%)
Macedon People's Party: 36 (40.0%)
Macedon Workers' Party: 8 (8.9%)
Chairman of the Council of Kosovo - Social Liberal NPC
Kosovans for Yugoslavia: 3 Seats
Popular Front for the Banovina of Kosovo: 9
 
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THE GOVERNMENT:
The Monarchy:
King Peter II (NPC) [Royal Family - 1500 Influence]
Prince Paul (Ab Ovo) [Royal Family - 20 Influence]

The National Assembly:
Premier Gavril Novakovic (etranger01) [Yugoslav National Party - 250 Influence]

Aleksandar Anto (PotatoMan) [Yugoslav National Party - 36 Influence]
Drago Marušič (Mathrim) [Yugoslav Democratic Party - 8 Influence]
Đorđe Ratkovič (Bonecracker(NL)) [Yugoslav Democratic Party - 6 Influence]
Radimir Jelenić (jeeshadow) [Union of Reform Forces - 22 Influence]
Pavle Savić (Stormbringer) [Union of Reform Forces - 8 Influence]
Jovana Velisavljević (NikoHoI3) [People's Radical Party - 12 Influence]
Milka Planinc (Frymonmon) [All Yugoslav Workers' and Peasants' Party - 26 Influence]
Nikola Milošević (alexander23) [All Yugoslav Workers' and Peasants' Party - 6 Influence]
Mahir Corbadžić (XVG) [Bosniak National Party - 12 Influence]
Ibro Kurjak (Shynka) [Bosniak National Party - 6 Influence]

Premiers of the Banovinas:
Milan Kalafatović of Serbia (Maxwell500) [Yugoslav National Party - 42 Influence]
Bojan Kovac of Croatia (aedan777) [Yugoslav National Party - 42 Influence]
Stylianos Anagyros Petrou of Macedonia (Riccardo93) [Macedonian Restoration Party - 42 Influence]

Other Notable Citizens:
Hugo August Hohlenberg (Noco19) [Economic Freedom Movement - 16 Influence]
Artur Crncevic (tonkatoy5) [Unaffiliated - 7 Influence]
Stevan Kapitalizam (Mr.Mitchell) [Economic Freedom Movement - 3 Influence]


NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS:
Political Parties
Yugoslav Union of Patriots (Chaired by Aleksandar Anto)
Yugoslav National Party (Chaired by Aleksandar Anto) - A conservative party that finds broad support among the population, focuses on the forging of a unified Yugoslav identity.
Federal Action (NPC Chairman) - A conservative party that finds support mainly among the upper-middle class, focuses on bringing more power to the federal government and maintaining the power of the King.
Economic Freedom Movement (NPC Chairman) - A conservative party that finds support mainly among the upper class, focuses on maintaining a low-regulation, low-tax environment and promoting the tenants of the free market in Yugoslavia.
United Opposition Front (Chaired by Radimir Jelenić)
Yugoslav Democratic Party (NPC Chairman) - A liberal party that finds support mainly among the middle and lower-middle classes, focuses on protecting the essential rights of all Slavs and promoting reforms that empower a democratic system of government.
Union of Reform Forces (Chaired by Radimir Jelenić) - A liberal party that finds support mainly among the academia, focuses on promoting reforms that will strengthen the National Assembly and the Assemblies of the Banovinas, and transforming the Monarchy to a purely ceremonial role.
People’s Radical Party (Chaired by Jovana Velisavljević) - A liberal party that finds support mainly among the lower class, focuses on bringing more power to the Banovinas, especially by abolishing the offices of the Bans.
Independent Parties
All Yugoslav Workers' and Peasants' Party (Chaired by Milka Planinc) - A socialist party that finds support mainly among the impoverished and disenchanted, focuses on abolishing the monarchy, protecting workers' rights, and strengthening the federal government so it may enforce these rights.
Bosniak National Party (Chaired by Mahir Corbadžić) - A socialist party that finds support mainly among ethnic Bosniaks that live in the Banovinas of Serbia and Croatia, focuses on achieving official recognition of Bosniaks as an ethnicity and the establishment of a Banovina for them as their permanent home in Yugoslavia.
Macedonian Restoration Party (Chaired by Stylianos Anagyros Petrou) - A centrist party that finds support mainly among ethnic Macedons living in the Banovina of Macedonia, focuses on promoting the interests of ethnic Macedons in their own Banovina and to strengthen the Banovina as a whole.
Underground Parties and Movements
League of Communists of Yugoslavia (NPC Chairman) - A communist party that finds very little support, focuses on the revolutionary establishment of a communist state in Yugoslavia in line with the Soviet Union.
***Note: All fascist, separatist and anti-Yugoslav parties are additionally banned organizations.
Other Organizations
Minority Ethnic Councils
Albanian People's Union (NPC Chairman) - An organization that lobbies on behalf of the Albanian minority of Yugoslavia. It is the most influential of the ethnic councils and represents the largest minority in Yugoslavia, maintaining a sizable sway in Kosovo and Macedonia due to the heavy Albanian population present here, and is bolstered by the flood of Albanian refugees from the Italian occupation of Albania.
Austrian People's and Businesses' Council (Chaired by Hugo August Hohlenberg) - An organization that lobbies to protect Austrians and their businesses and to promote the issues they feel are important to this effect. The best funded of the ethnic councils, possibly due to foreign aid, it is well-connected to the Economic Freedom Movement and corporate interests in Belgrade.
Hungarian Organization for Unity (NPC Chairman) - An organization that lobbies on behalf of the Hungarian minority of Yugoslavia, mostly composed of pro-Western Hungarian émigrés who left to escape communism.
Italian People's Community (NPC Chairman) - An organization that lobbies on behalf of the Italian minority of Yugoslavia, mostly composed of pro-Western Italian émigrés who left to escape fascism.
Romanian Ethnic Council (NPC Chairman) - An organization that lobbies on behalf of the Romanian minority of Yugoslavia, mostly composed of pro-Western Romanian émigrés who left to escape communism.
Interest Groups
Yugoslav Commercial Union (NPC Chairman) - An organization that lobbies on behalf of companies involved with international trade, promoting pan-Europeanism and low trade barriers.
Yugoslav Workers' Union (Chaired by Jovana Velisavljević) - An organization that lobbies on behalf of workers in the industrial sector, promoting regulation and social reforms.
Nonpartisan Institutions
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (Chaired by Pavle Savić) - An academy devoted to funding scientific study and promoting the arts, notably conducting theoretical research on nuclear fission.
 
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Name: Hugo August Hohlenberg
Culture: Austrian
Party: Unaffiliated

Biography:

Born on August 1st, 1916 in Innsbruck, Hugo was naught but a small child during the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Raised by educated and relatively wealthy parents, Hugo was spared from most difficulties of post-empire Austria, and was blessed with a content upbringing. Even during the dark period of two separate Austrian nations, himself living in fascist West Austria, Hugo did well, earning himself a university education in the art of business. Following the resurgence of Austria after the May Constitution and the rise of Austrofascism, Hugo found himself employed by a wealthy industrial conglomerate, operating with extensive government oversight in various different sectors, armament to electronics, especially within the oft-invested into Slovenian region, which Hugo personally moved to during the time of Austrian ownership.

With Slovenia now in Yugoslav hands and still housing Austrian industry, Hugo has worked to prevent economic nationalization, relying on his sway with the ethnic Austrian minorities and Serbian business contacts. Other notable points stressed by Hugo are the protection of Austrian rights, the calming of anti-Austrian fervor, and working against anti-Fascist views.

Having lived in West Austria with ease, his parents were quick supporters of the occupying Italians, and employed by the Austrian government, H.A.H is most certainly of the Austrofascist persuasion. However, it is known that such views remain incompatible with Yugoslavia, due to the general attitude towards other fascist nations. Rather than promote fascism, H.A.H has taken towards un-affiliation and moderate proposals, more focused on economics than ideology.

 
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Name: Stylianos Anagyros Petrou
Culture: Greek/Macedonian
Party: Independent (head of the underground Macedonian Restoration and Independence Party, sadly banned by pigheaded Serbian imperialists who seek to undermine the people's will)

Bio: Born in Gevgelija on 13 October, 1929, Petrou was raised in abject poverty by a Greek father and a Slavic mother, both of whom were active in the Macedonian independence movement; following the assassination of King Alexander in 1934, Petrou’s father and two of his uncles were arrested and executed for treason, and his mother was imprisoned for two years, effectively making Anagyros an orphan in wartorn and repressed part of the nation.

Needing some way to provide for himself and his two younger siblings, Petrou began working in one of the factories that popped up during Stojadinović’s government; he continued working there after his mother was released from prison, as she had grown even more resolute in seeing Macedonia free Yugoslavian tyranny (despite the rapprochement that was experienced during this time). It was at that factory he was employed when the Italians invaded; it was quickly converted to a munitions shop, but to no avail, as Operation Neptune thoroughly crushed the army, and left the nation under the control of the ruthless and oppressive fascist Ljotić. In the wake of the war and the new dictatorship, Petrou was first drafted into his mother’s liberation force, which was brutally suppressed and would lead to the death of Petrou’s mother in 1942; he was then drafted into the Yugoslavian army, where he was forced to partake in the cruelties that the fascist government embraced.

He deserted in mid-1947, right as the communist movements, now increasingly well-funded by the Soviets, began to organise a formal resistance; for his own part, the now 18 year old Anagyros was living on the streets of Skopje and was completely disinterested in seeing more bloodshed. The civil war, however, cared little for his interests.

During 1949, Petrou saw every temporary home he made, Skopje, Prilep, Strumica, wherever, turned into a burnt husk whilst communists and fascists savagely murdered each other and hapless bystanders; it was then that Petrou at last took action. In the second month of the civil war, he and likeminded Macedonians formed the Golden Lions, a paramilitary force determined to keep the fighting out of Macedonia and eventually establish an independent state; after several more months of mixed success (both fascist and communist groups had been successfully purged from the southern reaches of the Macedonia, with even some semblance of semi-stable government being established under Petrou (who successfully resisted efforts by many older revolutionaries to take command of the revolution or reduce him to little more than a puppet), though across the north in general, and Skopje in particular, the fighting was fierce, with no side willing to relent; sudden fascist reinforcements and increased Soviet funding quickly undid any progress the Golden Lions had made, and soon they were reduced to merely a few thousand men and women, divided into isolated pockets, and forced into guerrilla tactics in the mountains. These brutal hit-and-run tactics continued until Alexander II arrived in Yugoslavia and re-established order across the nation; realising that a fight against a unified Yugoslavia was a futile effort, Petrou and the other leaders of the Golden Lions surrendered shortly thereafter, and instead formed the Macedonian Restoration and Independence Party (which took the Vergina Star as its symbol); unfortunately for Petrou, MRIP was almost immediately banned and subsequently went underground, though he was named chairman shortly thereafter.

Elected to parliament in 1952 under the as an independent, Petrou has spent these past seven years campaigning arduously for less national control over Macedonia, albeit with little success; he has however, managed to divert some substantial funds to help rebuild the region, which has experienced a fair amount of growth since the civil war.

Aside from his support for independence, he is considered otherwise moderate or apathetic, though many are concerned he’s more than willing to seek foreign support to attain his dream.
 
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Name: Stylianos Anagyros Petrou
Culture: Greek/Macedonian
Party: Macedonian Restoration and Independence Party

Bio: Born in Gevgelija on 13 October, 1929, Petrou was raised in abject poverty by a Greek father and a Slavic mother, both of whom were active in the Macedonian independence movement; following the assassination of King Alexander in 1934, Petrou’s father and two of his uncles were arrested and executed for treason, and his mother was imprisoned for two years, effectively making Anagyros an orphan in wartorn and repressed part of the nation.

Needing some way to provide for himself and his two younger siblings, Petrou began working in one of the factories that popped up during Stojadinović’s government; he continued working there after his mother was released from prison, as she had grown even more resolute in seeing Macedonia free Yugoslavian tyranny (despite the rapprochement that was experienced during this time). It was at that factory he was employed when the Italians invaded; it was quickly converted to a munitions shop, but to no avail, as Operation Neptune thoroughly crushed the army, and left the nation under the control of the ruthless and oppressive fascist Ljotić. In the wake of the war and the new dictatorship, Petrou was first drafted into his mother’s liberation force, which was brutally suppressed and would lead to the death of Petrou’s mother in 1942; he was then drafted into the Yugoslavian army, where he was forced to partake in the cruelties that the fascist government embraced.

He deserted in mid-1947, right as the communist movements, now increasingly well-funded by the Soviets, began to organise a formal resistance; for his own part, the now 18 year old Anagyros was living on the streets of Skopje and was completely disinterested in seeing more bloodshed. The civil war, however, cared little for his interests.

During 1949, Petrou saw every temporary home he made, Skopje, Prilep, Strumica, wherever, turned into a burnt husk whilst communists and fascists savagely murdered each other and hapless bystanders; it was then that Petrou at last took action. In the second month of the civil war, he and likeminded Macedonians formed the Golden Lions, a paramilitary force determined to keep the fighting out of Macedonia and eventually establish an independent state; after several more months of mixed success (both fascist and communist groups had been successfully purged from the southern reaches of the Macedonia, with even some semblance of semi-stable government being established under Petrou (who successfully resisted efforts by many older revolutionaries to take command of the revolution or reduce him to little more than a puppet), though across the north in general, and Skopje in particular, the fighting was fierce, with no side willing to relent; sudden fascist reinforcements and increased Soviet funding quickly undid any progress the Golden Lions had made, and soon they were reduced to merely a few thousand men and women, divided into isolated pockets, and forced into guerrilla tactics in the mountains. These brutal hit-and-run tactics continued until Alexander II arrived in Yugoslavia and re-established order across the nation; realising that a fight against a unified Yugoslavia was a futile effort, Petrou and the other leaders of the Golden Lions surrendered shortly thereafter, and instead formed the Macedonian Restoration and Independence Party (which took the Vergina Star as its symbol); Petrou has served as its chairman since its founding.

Elected to parliament in 1952, Petrou has spent these past seven years campaigning arduously for an independent Macedonia, albeit with little success; he has however, managed to divert some substantial funds to help rebuild the region, which has experienced a fair amount of growth since the civil war.

Aside from his support for independence, he is considered otherwise moderate or apathetic, though many are concerned he’s more than willing to seek foreign support to attain his dream.

((As glorious Bulgaria, I approve. ))
 

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((Why no Bosniaks ? :/ ))
 

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((*Punches* is Muslims))

(( Still not on the culture list :/ The fact that they weren't an official ethnicity in censuses doesn't mean the poor fellows didn't exist! :( )))
 

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(( Still not on the culture list :/ The fact that they weren't an official ethnicity in censuses doesn't mean the poor fellows didn't exist! :( )))

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Mahir in a traditional Bosnian Muslim folk costume.​

Name: Mahir Corbadžić
Culture: (Bosnian) Muslim ((In the census he has been listed as Serbian))
Party: Unaffiliated for now ((Wishes to create a Congress Party of the Bosnian People))

Mahir was born in Sarajevo in May 1913, on the eve of the Great War, to a Bosnian Muslim merchant family. Some members of the family were supporters of the Bosniak Independence movement against Austria tyranny during the Great War. After the victory in the war, the Corbadžić family rallied behind the banners of the Pan-Slavic Kingdom, hoping for equality and opportunity to also extend to Bosniak Muslims. This however didn’t happen. The Bosniak remained unrecognized as an ethnicity.

Despite of political setbacks of the family, their businesses expanded. Mahir was introduced to the family business in the early 30s, becoming a skillful carpet merchant. Even though the Bosniaks lacked acceptance, Mahir became a supporter of the Yugoslav Unity, as he was a great supporter of its thoughts of South Slavic unity.

The worldwide economic crisis didn’t hit the Corbadžić family as harshly as could have been expected, but it slowly started to make young Mahir somewhat disillusioned with the current political system. This only increased by the catastrophic Italian Invasion, during which Mahir lost many close family members. During the fascist rule, Mahir supported freedom of speech, but during the civil war he sided with nobody, but instead tried to create a neutral Bosniak Muslim unit to defend their neighborhoods of Sarajevo.

In the early 50s Mahir returned to political life. He started organizing Muslim conferences at his manor in Sarajevo, meeting with clerics, thinkers and prominent Muslim statesmen. His political goal is clear; the acceptance of Muslims as an ethnicity and nationality, as well as the deep wish for more political autonomy and self-determination. Maybe even in the form of a Muslim Banovina. However, he still remains certain of the success of South Slavic unity, and would never support a break from the Yugoslavia, the motherland of South Slavs. But all its citizens must enjoy equal rights.
 

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Narednik (Sergeant) Ratkovič in Dalmatia.

Name: Đorđe Ratkovič
Culture: Serbian
Party: Yugoslav Democratic Party ([Social] Liberal)

Biography: Born on June 28th 1893 to a wealthy family, Đorđe grew up in a care-free environment. Riding his father's wealth, he was educated well and by the time he turned 18 preparing to study history at the university of Belgrade. However, on October 18th 1912 the Serbian Army went to war with the heathen Turk. A staunch patriot, Đorđe immediately signed up for the army and took part in operations to liberate Kosovo, the ancestral homeland of Serbia, from its foreign opressors after 523 years. He survived the war without a scratch and was ready to be demobilised. But a month after the war's end, the Bulgarian army attacked Serbia and Đorđe took part in operations against them until he was demobilised and returned home to enroll in university again. However, his 21st birthday coincided with the 14-year late launch of the 20th century. The rest is history.

Four years, typhoid fever, a forced march through Albania, the Macedonian Campaign and a few medals later, Đorđe found himself in Belgrade once again. The city was ruined and bathing in poverty. But Belgrade was no longer the capital of Serbia. It was the capital of Yugoslavia, formed to protect the South Slavic peoples from foreign agression once and for all. The first time Đorđe heard about the idea was on Corfu, and as he fought his third war in three years against foreign dominance, he immediately subscribed to the idea. To him, there was no place for nationalism. To him, nationalists are out of touch with reality and would only harm themselves and their "peoples". His ideas were strengthened by his relationship with a 19-year old Muslim girl, Jasmina, which resulted in a shotgun marriage in 1920.

With Belgrade in ruins, Đorđe went to study abroad where he found his second love: Paris. During the four years he studied he came in an environment that suited his raising in the urban upper class and became infatuated with Paris' beauty. During his time in university, he took trips around the country and and made many friends and contacts while there, even fathering an illegitimate child with a French woman in his last year, and graduated with flying colours. He permanently returned in 1923 and gradually started building his life as a married man up throughout the 1920s and 1930s. He landed a job as a history professor, got involved in local politics, managed to buy a manor outside of Belgrade and had another four children. Life was good until 1938, when once more Yugoslavia was at war. Despite being 45 years of age, Đorđe reported for duty and was sent to fight in Dalmatia. Here he was caught in an explosion which wounded his left arm and leg and made him lose his middle, ring and pinky finger on his left hand - But not before becoming the only combatant in the war who killed an enemy with a sword. It was in this war where his first-born son, Petar, died in Slovenia.

Coming home after the war, he was met with another terror. The fascist Dimitrije Ljotić had established his reign of terror over the nation, which Đorđe resisted peacefully through organising the opposition carefully. Eventually a more vocal resistance was to come of it, but before any of that happened the communists rose up in rebellion against the dictatorship. Despite being heavily opposed to the government, Đorđe sided with them after promises of reform and French aid. But he would even if it weren't for that: Everything is preferable to the "Red Death". Đorđe did not fight in the short, brutal civil war beyond defending his property from raiders. After the return of democracy, Đorđe joined the YDP and entered into national politics, getting elected to parliament in the first democratic election in the country.
 
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GM Note:

In this timeline, Bosniaks were never barred by law from identifying themselves as such, so therefore, while the government does not recognize them as an official ethnic group nor do they have a Banovina, they are indeed allow to call themselves Bosniaks.

Additionally, all the posts are updated, and separatism is banned. So, Riccardo93, you can either have your character try to start an underground party for Macedonian nationalism, or you can change his affiliation.

All existing political parties are now in the "Notables of Yugoslavia, 1959" post. You are welcome to create your own party, but it will be difficult for you to get members to join, especially with low influence. A few years of work may yield interesting results if you do want to try it though.
 

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