Elections in the Koper District in Zone B of the Free Territory of Trieste
The paper deals with the local elections in the Koper District, in Zone B of the Free Territory of Trieste, which was governed by the Military Government of the Yugoslav Army. The first local elections, on 16 April 1950, were held in an atmosphere of pressure exerted on those who opposed the Yugoslav authorities, while the second elections, on 7 December 1952, took place after the Free Territory of Trieste had already been partitioned.
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