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September 29, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Serbia's ruling Communists adopted a new constitution strengthening their control over Yugoslavia's largest republic. The document gives greater power to its Marxist president and virtually ends autonomy for ethnic Albanians. The 136-article constitution was approved by the single-party, 250-member Serbian Assembly at a special televised session that marked a major step in the Communists' efforts to retain power by revamping their image and exploiting rising Serbian nationalism.
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September 29, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Serbia's ruling Communists adopted a new constitution strengthening their control over Yugoslavia's largest republic. The document gives greater power to its Marxist president and virtually ends autonomy for ethnic Albanians. The 136-article constitution was approved by the single-party, 250-member Serbian Assembly at a special televised session that marked a major step in the Communists' efforts to retain power by revamping their image and exploiting rising Serbian nationalism.
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