Pre-election activity is reaching its claims in Yugoslavia and meetings are being held in all parts of the country.
Pre-election activity is reaching its claims in Yugoslavia and meetings are being held in all parts of the country. The keen interest of the electorate can be judged from the massed crowds shown in these scenes of typical meetings. In the Serbian town of Kragujevac, Secretary of National Defence, Ivan Cosnisk, was the first speaker: "The democracy of our social system is greater than in any other country", he declared. In Sarajeva, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the President of the Executive Council Osman Karabegovitch, lauded the ever increasing standard of living. At a meeting in Belgrade, vice president of the Federal Executive Council, Aleksander Rankovitch, spoke of social security for the workers and in the centre of Montenegro, Dobrosav Tchulafitch, People's Youth President, addressed the city's youth.