Croatia: 25 Years On – Communism Not Dead Enough!

For 25 June – Happy Statehood Day! Happy National Day – Croatia! May 2015 marks 25 years since Croatia, through first democratic elections, said a most resolute “No” to communist Yugoslavia and “Yes” to democracy and multi-party political system as opposed to one-party, totalitarian communist regime. On May 30, 1990, the first post-Communist multi-party Parliament […]

Croatia: Happy Statehood Day

  23 years ago, on 25 June 1991, the Croatian Parliament delivered a constitutional decision on the independence and sovereignty of the Republic of Croatia, declaring Croatia an independent State. Croatia would sever itself from communist Yugoslavia.   As evidence in the above video-clip, on that day Franjo Tudjman, the President of Croatia and the […]

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