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7 wanted to warn them that there were limits. . . Direct attacks on the Army were
forbidden in the constitution; I was not against demoralisation and reconstruction
according to European values — though I did believe in the one-party system ...
Serbia was fairly open about it: they thought that until they got me out of the way,
it would be impossible to pass the constitutional changes they wanted,' he said.
Once a favourite of Tito, Vllasi was now expelled from the Central Committee.
He gave him the advice not to hurry with the new Constitution and to wait a bit.
Raskovic's demands were vague. He wanted autonomy for the Serbs, but this
had no explicit territorial dimension. There was to be no specific autonomous
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