Croatia: HDZ Purges – Another One Bites The Dust?

Whether one likes or dislikes Jadranka Kosor as a politician, as a former president of Croatian Democratic Union/HDZ and former Prime Minister of Croatia is beside the arguably moot point of the party’s recent and current self-cleansing frenzy. Yesterday (Thursday 18 April 2013) the final nail had been driven into Kosor’s HDZ membership coffin – […]

Calls to annul the Croatian EU accession referendum question its legitimacy

Vladimir Seks

An enormous legal storm seems to be brewing in Croatia. Almost the minute the referendum results were announced (late in the night of  22 January) in favour of EU accession the former deputy parliamentary speaker of Croatia, Vladimir Seks (HDZ), boasted: “…without the changes in the Constitution, agreed to between HDZ and SDP, the referendum […]

Croatia’s sovereignty and self-determination threatened as President Ivo Josipovic questions the law adopted by former HDZ government that renders certain laws of Former Yugoslavia and its army null and void

Former Yugoslav Flag copy

A freak event occurred in September 2011. Indictments by a Belgrade court for war crimes landed in Croatia against some 40 individuals, copied indictments issued by Serbia’s military prosecutor’s office in 1992. Among the accused were 2011 Croatian Deputy Parliament Speaker Vladimir Seks and war veterans from Vukovar. The Croatian HDZ government proceeded immediately to […]

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