Present & Accounted For

February 1954
Time;2/8/1954, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p35
The article deals with the re-election of Marshal Josip Tito as President of Yugoslavia with 535 votes out of 536. The absent member of parliament was Milovan Djilas, who was purged and disgraced for criticizing the rigid Marxism and love lives of his top Communist colleagues. Djilas was replaced by President Mosa Pijade.


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