Zakon o zaštiti javne bezbednosti i poretka iz 1929. godine u Kraljevini Jugoslaviji: pravni, politički i bezbednosni aspekt
MentorRanđelović, Nebojša V.
Committee membersĐorđević, Aleksandar V.
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SUMMARY: The study analyzes the legal, political and security aspects of the Sixth January dictatorship through the prism of the implementation of the Law on the Protection of Public Security and Order in the State of 1929, which in its essence is a harsher law of the same nature from 1921. The research has been formulated and structured through several thematic units that analyze in a coherent, systematic and scientific manner the period of the creation of the Kingdom of SHS/Yugoslavia with a special emphasis on the legal, political and security aspects of the kingdom's being in the period between 1929 and 1934. The first part of the research points to the formation, organization and functioning of the Kingdom of the SHS/Yugoslavia, which is important for the consideration of the wider context and relations established in the various social circles of the kingdom. It gives an overview of the directions and the emergence of the idea of integral Yugoslav and the unification of the South... Slavs, showing the formation and social structure with a special emphasis on the political system and state legal features of the kingdom, the problems of resolving the constitutional issue, as well as the internal political relations and the foreign political position of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians. The second segment of the research is focused on analyzing the intensification of political relations in the kingdom itself and the overview of the repressive, police-security apparatus and the security challenges of the functioning of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. It points to the proliferation of extremist and separatist tendencies in the Kingdom of the SHS, as well as to the internal political motives for the establishment of the Sixth January dictatorship. The central part of the paper deals with the legal regime for the establishment of a Sixth January dictatorship through a comparative legal review and analysis of the backbone of the Sixth January dictatorship of the Law on the Protection of Public Security and Order in the State of 6 January and the State Court Protection Act of January 8, 1929. In the final part of the research, the Law on Protection of Public Security and Order in the State of Yugoslav Law is analyzed through an overview of the structure and individual incriminations, and provides an interpretation of the acts of execution and intent to endanger public security and order in the country. The author concludes in the concluding observations the context and process of resolving the Sixth January dictatorship, apparent in the October granting of the Constitution in September 1931, which is rounded off by the formation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and points to the beginnings of the state's disintegration.