Constitutionality and the right to self-determination of the Bosniaks as a basis for resolving the status of Sandžak

Dr.Sc. Harun Hadžić


In this paper, by using international documents, the author addresses the issue of resolving the political status of the Bosniaks in Sandžak, i.e. in Serbia and Montenegro. He emphasizes the methods of regulation of ethnic relations through mechanisms of eliminating differences, i.e. mechanisms of managing the differences that exist in modern sovereign multiethnic states. Explains the basic terms - autochthony, constitutivity and constitutionality, and thoroughly analyzes the principle of the right to self-determination and the right to autonomy, in the context of resolving the so-called status of indigenous peoples.


sovereignty and integrity; autochthony; constitutivity; constitutionality; the right to self-determination; autonomy;

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DOI: 10.21113/iir.v2i2.144

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