Politics of Serbia and Montenegro

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The Politics of Serbia and Montenegro took place in a framework of a federal parliamentary republic with a multi-party system. The President of Serbia and Montenegro was both head of state and, as chairman of the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro, head of government. Executive power was exercised by the government. Federal legislative power was vested in both the government and the Assembly of Serbia and Montenegro. However, most of the power within the State Union, which was dissolved in June 2006, lay with the governments of its two constituent republics, Serbia and Montenegro.

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