Slobodan dejanović i vojin miletić - obrazdio težak njivu

Slobodan "Big Bob" Dejanovic, age 46, suddenly, May 2, 2009 of Hanover, IL, formerly of Chicago. Cherished son of Lazar and Mara; loving brother of Zoran and Loni (Donald) McCabe; dearest uncle to Kasandra and Adam; fond nephew to Mitar (Milica) Vojcic and survived by aunt, uncles and family in Serbia; dear cousin to Jovan (Sonja) Vojcic and Jasna Vojcic; fiance to Jo An Nelson and family including Christy Stapleton and Kenneth Stapleton. Resting at Muzkya & Son Funeral Home, 5776 W. Lawrence Ave., Thursday May 7, 2009 5 to 9 . Pomen (wake service) 7:30 . Funeral service Friday 11 . at New Gracanica Serbian Orthodox Monastery. Interment New Gracanica Cemetery, Third Lake, IL. In his free time he enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson, hunting, fishing and he had a passion for cooking for family and friends. In lieu of flowers, memorials to your favorite charity. Info 773-545-3800 or

Sportski klub Jugoslavija, commonly known as SK Jugoslavija (Serbian Cyrillic: CК Југославија) was a Serbian football club from Belgrade.

The SPS was formed as a coalition of the League of Communists of Serbia and the Socialist Alliance of Working People of Serbia , and Slobodan Milošević was elected its present. As the successor of the League of Communists, the party became the most dominant in Serbia; Milošević as President of the SPS was able to wield considerable power and influence in the government and the public and private sectors. [21] Milošević came to power promising the strengthening of Serb influence in Yugoslavia by reducing the autonomy of the provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina within Serbia, [22] [23] and had demanded a one-member-one vote system for the League of Communists of Yugoslavia which would have given a numerical majority to the Serbs. This course was a factor in the splintering of the Yugoslav Communist party, and caused the Serbian communist elite to take part in the creation of the Socialist Party of Serbia. [ citation needed ]

After World War II , the club was disbanded by the new communist authorities in 1945 and most of its property, including the stadium and the training ground, was handed over to the newly founded Red Star Belgrade . After the end of war, several pre-war Yugoslav clubs were dissolved because they had played matches during the war and were labelled collaborators by Marshal Tito's communist authorities. Two of those clubs from Belgrade were the historical SK Jugoslavija and BSK . Red Star received Jugoslavija's stadium and offices. However, Red Star Belgrade has always considered itself to have not been a successor to SK Jugoslavija, while there are some fans [ who? ] claiming it should be considered such, without denying Red Star's foundation date. On the other hand, OFK Beograd , which was formed on the remains of BSK, claims continuity with BSK.

Following the decision of President Boris Tadić to resign and seek re-election in Serbian presidential elections on 6 May 2012 , Slavica Đukić Dejanović became Acting President of Serbia on 5 April 2012. [4]

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