Press Review from Slovenia, November 28, 1991
Ljubljana, 28 November - DNEVNIK: Legality - The international agents still persist by the supposed legality of the federal institutions, thus providing the Serbian faction with firm grounds for its international politics in these crucial moments. The legality thus conceived is however quite unfavorable for all those republics, that want to go on their own. Instead of perceiving the existing processes on the Yugoslav ground as they are, and disassociation is what this is all about, thus conferred legality turns the disassociation into separatism with all its consequences, writes Mr. Maroje Mihovilović. On a somewhat more optimistic note is a recent statement of Lord Carrington for British television, where he claims that the question whether Yugoslavia legally exists or not will be answered by the International Arbitration Commission at the Peace Conference. This might signify that the Peace Conference will eventually turn into a Disassociation Conference for a Yugoslavia, that is no more, concludes Mr. Mihovilović.
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