During the 1990s Yugoslavia has gone through a rough path with both its political downturns and conflicts among the six republics. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia consisted six different republics; Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. The period which nearly lasted for twenty years between 1980 and the 2000s was a very painful and it was even more devastating after the death of Josip Broz Tito, the system of federal government were far from meeting the needs of the rising economic difficulties and political challenges. Although he was the only one who was capable to meet such needs, his lost cost more to the republic. Weakening of communism, a system meant so much to all of them became the end of all. It has been twenty- seven years since the breakup of Yugoslavia yet there is still a lot to think and to discuss. We believe that with the 6th annual session of MUNBU we have given the utterly change to stimulate the breakup of Yugoslavia. For three days straight not only we will witness the history now the delegates, you, will have the chance to play the role in it. Even though Joint Crisis Committee is one of the committees which demand the most, no doubt it will also be the one to offer the most.

 

Agenda Item: Breakup of Yugoslavia

 

Under Secretaries-General: Doğa Çakar-Özüm Yenen
Academic Assistants: Eymen Akın- Burak Coşkun- Baran Yüceer