HRH CROWN PRINCE ALEXANDER II OFFICE ISSUES
STATEMENT REGARDING THE REHABILITATION OF THE LATE YUGOSLAV PRIME
MINISTER DRAGISA CVETKOVIC
Belgrade, 1 October 2009 - There have been
articles, information and comments in the Serbian media recently
regarding the rehabilitation of the former Prime Minister of
Yugoslavia Mr. Dragisa Cvetkovic.
The Office of His Royal Highness Crown Prince
Alexander II would like to inform the public that HRH Crown Prince
Alexander II is supporting in principal all actions which contribute
to legal clarification of all sentences based on ideological and
other non-legal criteria, no matter who brought them and what they
were related to.
HRH Crown Prince Alexander II would like to point
out that there is from time to time some confusion in the media
regarding the identities of some members of House of Karadjordjevic.
There are three members of Karadjordjevic Family
today with the same name – Alexander.
Sometimes public statements made by either one of
them are contributed to the other two. This was the case with the
statement regarding the rehabilitation of the late Yugoslav Prime
Minister Dragisa Cvetkovic, which was made by HRH Prince Alexander,
the son of HRH Regent Prince Paul.
HRH Prince Alexander born 13 August 1924. Son of
HRH Regent Prince Paul. HRH Prince Paul was Regent of Yugoslavia
1934-1941 when HM King Peter II of Yugoslavia was minor
HRH Crown Prince Alexander II born 17 July 1945.
Son of HM King Peter II of Yugoslavia
HRH Prince Alexander born 15 January 1982. Son of
HRH Crown Prince Alexander II