Mundane Horoscope of Yugoslavia:
The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

 

     Yugoslavia: The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

Source: ". . . Serbia and Montenegro proclaimed themselves the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia at 14:04 CST (12:04 GMT) on 27 April 1992, in Belgrade." Campion, "The Book of World Horoscopes" (Second Edition), p. 444.

"Yesterday afternoon [October 5, 2000], shortly after the 3 p.m. deadline Kostunica had set for Milosevic's resignation, the crowd stormed the federal parliament building in central Belgrade. . . .

"If anything signaled the change in Milosevic's fortunes it was the takeover of the national news media, which he had used ruthlessly as the mouthpiece of his regime. . . .

"The most remarkable transformation occurred at Tanjug, the national news agency that had functioned for more than a decade as Milosevic's personal mouthpiece. Last night about 9 p.m., Tanjug announced it was "now with the people of this country” and henceforth would stick to principles of professional journalism in its reporting. The self-styled "journalists of liberated Tanjug” proceeded to announce the change of regime. "
--Roy Gutman, "'Liberated': Yugoslavia’s Kostunica declares himself president,"
"Newsday" (online), 6 Oct. 2000.


Other Yugoslavia horoscopes:

Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: G-Sector Chart
Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Astrocartography
Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Ebertin Style
Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Asteroids
Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Dispositor
Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Progressed 2000
Yugoslavia: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Solar Return 2000

Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: G-Sector Chart
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: Astrocartography
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: Ebertin Style
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: Asteroids
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: Dispositor
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: Heliocentric (Sidereal)
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: Heliocentric (Tropical)
Yugoslavia: Liberation, 5 Oct. 2000: Local Horizon

 

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