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Title:Obznana in Zakon o zaščiti države : magistrsko delo
Authors:ID Hadalin, Štefan (Author)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/0cf47712-5252-40b3-91cd-b387d36f7121
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Kraljevina Srbov, Hrvatov in Slovencev je bila država polna nasprotij, ki so močno vplivala na politično življenje v njej. Nestabilnost državne politike, ki so ji botrovala nasprotja med narodi, političnimi ideologijami in razlike med umevanjem države in njene ureditve, so se v političnem življenju udejanjala kot obdobje perpetualne krize, ki se je vlekla skozi celoten čas njenega obstoja. Med letoma 1918–1929 je kriza parlamentarizma doživljala razvoj, deloma kot učinek nevajenosti parlamentarnega pluralizma. Kot pomembna problematika tistega časa je bila revolucija v Rusiji, ki je sprožila obenem večje udejstvovanje delavskih gibanj in odpor proti taistemu udejstvovanju. V Kraljevini SHS je bilo delovanje Komunistične stranke Jugoslavije prepovedano z vladno uredbo znano kot Obznana konec decembra leta 1920, s sprejemom ustave julija 1921, pa je ta uredba bila nadomeščena z Zakonom o zaščiti javne varnosti in reda. Obe uredbi sta pomenili poseg v državljanske pravice prepričanja in izražanja. Obe se kažeta kot smernici zakonodajnega razvoja, saj je mogoče korelativno povezati nastop kraljeve diktature leta 1929 s tema uredbama, ki sta kot eni izmed prvih na represiven način posegli v notranjo politiko države. Namen raziskave je preučiti učinke in posledice obeh, ter ugotoviti, kako oz. če sta uredbi vplivali na nadaljnji razvoj države, oziroma kako sta vplivali na nadaljnji politični diskurz in kasneje sprejeto zakonodajo do uvedbe šestojanuarske diktature leta 1929. Temu v namen je analizirana zgodnja politika in kriza parlamentarizma Kraljevine SHS v letih 1920 in 1921 z nadaljnjim poudarkom na delovanju Komunistične partije Jugoslavije do leta 1928, posledice in učinki obeh uredb neposredno po njunem sprejetju ter razvoj represivne zakonodaje skozi čas do leta 1929. Politični diskurz je tako na vrhu Kraljevine SHS kot v Komunistični partiji doživel premike, in se je v obeh bližal agresivnejšemu oz. avtokratskemu delovanju, pri obeh premikih pa je možno zaznati posledice omenjenih uredb.
Keywords:Obznana, Kraljevina SHS, Zakon o zaščiti države, Komunistična partija Jugoslavije, politična zgodovina.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[Š. Hadalin]
Year of publishing:2022
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (X, 210 str.))
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-81916 New window
UDC:94(497.1)\"1918/1929\"
COBISS.SI-ID:117403395 New window
Publication date in DKUM:05.08.2022
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Language:English
Title:Obznana and the Law on the Protection of the State
Abstract:The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was a country full of contradictions, which had a strong effect on its political landscape. The instability of its politics was a manifestation of clashing ethnic interests, political ideologies and differences in various understandings of the country itself. These factors fostered a state of perpetual political crisis throughout its existence. Between 1918 and 1929, the parliamentary crisis was developing, partially due to the fact that the political agents were not used to working within a pluralistic political system. The activities of the Communist party of Yugoslavia were banned by a government act known as Obznana in late December 1920. With the passing of the constitution in July 1921, this act was replaced with the Law on the Protection of the State. Both acts encroached on freedom of speech as well as freedom of thought. Both can be interpreted as indicators of further legislative development, as a correlation can be found between them and the advent of the Sixth of January Dictatorship in 1929, especially when considering they were one of the first repressive pieces of legislation to actively interfere in domestic policy. The aim of the research is to study the effects and consequences of both acts and determine whether and how these acts affected the later development of the country – how political discourse and legislation implemented up to 1929 were affected by either act. In order to do this, the analysis is focused on domestic policy and the crisis of parliamentarism between 1920 and 1921, the activities and workings of the Communist party of Yugoslavia up to 1928, the effects and consequences of the acts following their implementation, and the development and further implementation of repressive legislation up to 1928. The political discourse in the Kingdom of SHS and the Communist party shifted farther towards more aggressive and authoritarian discourse being utilized by both entities. In this shift, the effects of Obznana and the Law on the Protection of the State can be detected.
Keywords:Obznana, Kingdom of SHS, Communist Party of Yugoslavia, political history, Law on the Protection of the State.


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