Croatian Diaspora Role In Development Of Homeland Life Opportunities

Ina Vukic, July 2019, Laudato TV PROSUDBE

On 25 July 2019 my appearance on Laudato TV in Croatia was broadcasted and the public broadcast (in the Croatian language) is now on Youtube. The issues discussed on the TV Program Prosudbe (Judgments, Opinions) concentrated on included current legislation – its lack of spirit and word in genuinely reflecting the widespread national calls for the return to Croatia of Croats living abroad, the need for Croatian diaspora knowhow to increase its direct role in decision-making in Croatia, the key role Croatian diaspora played in creating independent and democratic Croatia as a basis in taking and asserting rights in participating directly in shaping the modern Croatia and thus increasing the likelihood of return…Ina Vukic

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Comments

  1. Ina your passion for your native country and drive for fairness and justice is truly a remarkable achievement in all you do. I would not be able to understand your native tongue, but have no doubts that all your efforts are bringing awareness about the political situation that is still ongoing will reach out and reap dividends far and wide..
    Sending much love your way Ina.. You are one remarkable woman with a true purpose in bringing to light so many wrongs..

    Love and Blessings
    Sue

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  2. Splithead says:

    Ina,
    Your comment “our motivation was for the next generation of Croatian youth to have the same opportunities we have in the diaspora”

    Fantastic, truthful comment, well said !!!

    Unfortunately, they will have difficulty understanding this idea.

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  3. Sounds truly exciting!

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  4. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    LOOK AT THIS—A CROATIAN NETWORK WORLDWIDE, FOR THE ENRICHMENT OF CROATIANS!

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  5. You are the best!

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  6. CroatianProud says:

    I am a Bosnian Croat and I survived the Serb of Siege of Sarajevo. 1200 Croat Civilians died in Sarajevo killed by Serb artillery and snipers. And 2000 Croatian men grabbing their guns joined the Bosnian government army and defended Sarajevo. Long live Croats !!!

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