Communist Malignant Tumour Feeding Off Croatia’s Atrocious Judiciary

That the leftists are a malignant tumour that feeds off Croatia’s atrocious state in the judiciary (among other dysfunctional government departments), which in its practices has not moved forward in the past quarter of century since secession from communist Yugoslavia towards a well functioning process that delivers timely and independent from political influences results, is […]

Croatia: Personal Bankruptcy – A Looming Deluge Threatening The Economy

  The latest figures released by Croatia’s justice minister Orsat Miljenic say that right now in Croatia there are some 317,000 citizens who have had their bank accounts blocked, preventing them from meeting their financial obligations as well as their everyday needs. Their private/household debt totals some 28 billion Kuna. To put a perspective on […]

Croatia: Prime Minister Delivers Smoke And Mirrors Speech For Economic Recovery

On 24 September Croatian Prime Minister did deliver the historic speech on the state of the nation and it was no speech of a credible and serious statesman. In my previous post I had in mind that this speech could deliver either a prescriptive confrontation with the economic and social chaos that’s sweeping across Croatia, […]

European Commission Hot On The Heels Of Croatia’s Rushed Law Preventing Extradition For Communist Crimes

It was on June 28 this year when The Croatian Parliament led by Social Democrats rushed to pass the law dubbed as “Lex Perkovic” in accordance with which an EU arrest/extradition warrant will not be applicable to crimes committed before 7 August 2002. The rush to pass such a law was evidently exacerbated in Croatia […]

Croatia: Small business red tape cut in efforts to stimulate self-employment

Although received with a fair amount of skepticism and confusion by many in Croatia the government’s seemingly swift move to cut red tape, simplify small business registration and make it affordable to any entrepreneur or person with a view to entering into a business enterprise is praiseworthy. As of 18 October people in Croatia are […]

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