Croat To Be Appointed As EU Commissioner For Consumer Protection

Croatia is set to enter the European Union as 28th member state on 1 July. Practically just days ahead of that date, the EU has been busy interviewing for a new member in its executive machinery. Croatia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of European Integration, Neven Mimica, has evidently passed the interrogating interviewing session with […]

Let’s Create the Europe of Good

Dr. Slobodan Lang headed the list of candidates for the Joint Movement of Good that ran for the European Union Parliament elections in Croatia last month. Although the group of candidates did not succeed in achieving seats in the EU Parliament the underlying election platform of the group lives on, in the hope that future […]

Croatian Economy: The Gangrene Must Out

“The beginning of 2013 was marked by stagnating movements in economic activities. Significant drop in exports came as well, coupled, though, with concurrent strengthening of domestic demand under the influence of increased government’s investment activities,” said the Croatian National Bank’s (HNB) analysis of the economic movements in Croatia on 8 May. “In such conditions, the […]

Croatia: Some 60,000 rally against Cyrillic in Vukovar

According to Vecernji List, the peaceful rally against the introduction of Cyrillic script on official signs in Vukovar organized by Headquarters for the Defence of Vukovar association has attracted some 60,000 people. Messages were strong and determined: “We do not hate anyone, but Cyrillic is continuance of aggression”; “the fight for Vukovar still continues today”. […]

Croatia: THE CHOICE OF GOOD for EU PARLIAMENT

Dr. Slobodan Lang presents the Visions of Joint Movement of Good (FOR THE TEXT IN THE CROATIAN LANGUAGE PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK/ HRVATSKI) The Joint Movement of Good appears symbolically after Easter, and in reality, for the first Croatian elections for EU Parliament. In this appearance, vision, values, values based proposals, the candidates who give […]

Croatia: Huffing and Puffing at Huffington Post

Huffington Post has 27 March conspicuously decided to publish on its website John Feffer’s, a George Soros “Open Society Fellow”, interview with Danijel Srb, president of Croatian Party of Rights, which Feffer equally conspicuously published only 21 March even though the interview was held mid-October 2012! While in principle the practice of journalists holding onto […]

Croatia: Elections For EU Parliament – Good Luck And Make Your Mark

The time, of which Croatia led by Dr. Franjo Tudjman in 1990 actively dreamed about at the 30th May inauguration of the Croatian Parliament, has finally arrived! Citizens of Croatia who are registered on the Electoral Roll (Popis birača) will have an historic opportunity to choose 12 candidates as representatives of the Republic of Croatia […]

Croatia – Slovenia Memorandum of Understanding: EU Accession – Blackmail, Smoke and Mirrors Conundrum

The ratification by 27 EU member states of Croatia’s EU Accession Treaty involves assessment by those member states as to whether they are satisfied with Croatia’s progress in ensuring compliance with the completion of the remaining implementation of the commitments taken during the accession negotiations, and as required by EU’s imposition of monitoring of Croatia […]

Immigration bugbear in Great Britain

Following the real panic that’s been spreading across Great Britain regarding the reportedly anticipated rush, at the end of this year, of unemployed Romanians and Bulgarians into Britain and the momentum stretching across Croatia that sees a seemingly increasing number of young people searching for jobs abroad, tportal.hr has published an interview with British journalist, […]

Today’s Croatian Responsibilities – No Cyrillic in Vukovar

By Dr. Slobodan Lang (10 February 2013) Translated into English by Ina Vukic The most important question for today’s Croatia is, by far, that of its demographic health. A wrong diagnosis is a criminal act in medicine and a right diagnosis without therapy, is immoral. The whole truth must be determined and, on basis of […]

British Council Hosts First Event of Welcome Croatia Festival

The House of Lords of the British Parliament ratified Croatia’s Treaty of Accession with the European Union on Monday, 21 January 2013. “The House of Lords’ ratification of Croatia’s accession treaty is the final step in the British parliamentary procedure, but in order for the ratification process to be formally completed in Great Britain, Queen […]

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