Croatia: Sex On The Brain, Freedom Of Expression In The Drain

While the recently introduced sex education in Croatian schools (about which I have written before) has attracted loud – intermittently laced with profound despair – controversies in community at large, distress and disappointment in many community and parent groups claiming there had not been adequate public discussion or consultation on the issue, serious rows and […]

Croatian Watergate – or is it? ‘Allo, ‘allo!

Croatian Vecernji List newspaper dropped a “bomb” on Saturday October 20 as it uncovered a privacy breach scandal dubbed “Croatian Watergate”, spinning the government and the president into top gear of political manoeuvrings designed to take the public’s mind off the real issue: are there/were there serious breaches of privacy in Croatia. According to the […]

Croatia: far from Euro?

At the meeting that put together the new leadership of the Croatian Social Democrats party (currently in government), June 16, minister of finance Slavko Linic said that new rises in prices were not dependent on the ministry of finances and that the prices of food, shoes and clothing did not rise with the increase of […]

Croatian economy: Political blame game net – now cast wider

Croatia’s finance minister Slavko Linic had spent a recent week in the USA in the successful bid to sell USD1.5 billion Croatian bonds to private investors. While increasing Croatia’s foreign debt, the government says this was essential in order to create the capability of repaying due foreign debt obligations and to create an atmosphere/conditions for […]

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