Croatia: Minority Government, More Of The Same (?)

  The conservative Croatian Democratic Union, or HDZ, scored a relative victory in the early parliamentary vote on Sunday 11 September and now faces the task of forming a coalition government after voters again failed to produce a clear majority winner. Complete results reported Monday by Croatia’s state electoral commission showed that Andrej Plenkovic’s HDZ […]

Being There As Croatia Votes

  Guest Post 11 September 2016 – dateline! Croatia: “Croatians vote for a new government – Again – The LIST goes ON”. Croatian Sabor election – this time with courage by Connor Vlakancic – 2nd generation Croatian-American in Zagreb A peculiar feeling to be a Croatian-American here in Zagreb this day of 11 September. Yesterday […]

Croatia: Looking To Turn Right At Elections

  Croatia votes today September 11 for its new government and one hopes that the majority of voters will, as they put pen to paper, behold the priceless value for Croatian independence, freedom from communist oppression and democracy the 1990’s Homeland War has and must always have. The past many months have seen constant false […]

Croatia: “Horton hears a Who” or “The Mouse that ROARED”

Guest post Croatia: “Horton hears a Who” or “The Mouse that ROARED”. An epitaph of Croatian politics-as-Usual by Connor Vlakancic – 2nd generation Croatian-American in Zagreb Horton hears a Who is the story about an elephant with very large ears that he could hear peoples voices of a civilization so small as a dust speck. […]

Croatia’s Former Communists Propose Continued Darkness For Communist Crimes Truth

  The League of Communists that changed its name to the Social Democratic Party (SDP) and had held government in Croatia a couple of times since 2000, including 2011-2015, is at this current election campaigning time ahead of September 11 poll pushing down harder on the tail of pursuits for the prosecution of communist crimes […]

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