Culture of Polis, Year XVIII (2021), Issue 45, pp. 21-33
ISSN 1820-4589

SLOBODAN ZEČEVIĆ
Institute of European Studies, Belgrade, Serbia
szecevic5@gmail.com

UDC: 324(44:497.11)
DOI: https://doi.org/10.51738/Kpolisa2021.18.2r.1.02

Review work
Received: 2021-03-23
Approved: 2021-04-26
Online: 2021-07-03

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DEGOLIZAM, FRANCUSKA V REPUBLIKA I SRPSKA USTAVNA REŠENJA
DEGOLISM, FRENCH V REPUBLIC AND SERBIAN CONSTITUTIONAL CHOISES

SUMMARY
Can the political and doctrinal legacy of Charles De Gaulle be linked to Serbia? The answer is affirmative even far more than we think. Austrian and French experiences were used during the drafting of the Serbian constitution from 2006. Our constitutional text also established a kind of mixed system, in which the Prime Minister was the holder of executive power, while the President of the Republic was in charge of expressing the unity of the Republic of Serbia. It was a bad copy of the constitution of the French V Republic. The President of the Republic of Serbia was elected by the people in direct elections, but he was denied the competencies that this election requires. Even more serious consequences were left by the introduction of a proportional electoral system that produced weak and corrupt coalition governments whose composition was determined by reach poeple and foreign intelligence services. In order to avoid distortions of the electoral proportionality, ie to obtain a stable government, the introduction of autocratic measures of media supervision and control and state institutions followed.
KEYWORDS
Degolism, V Republic, constitution, presidential system, parliamentary regime, the Prime Minister, majority and proportional electoral system

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