Croatia’s 22 minority groups demand two votes in upcoming November elections, citing their right to positive discrimination.21 October 2003 ZAGREB, Croatia—During Croatian parliament’s last session on 17 October–an overture to 23 November elections–national minorities began a desperate fight for the right to vote twice to guarantee their full representation. The Croatian Constitution confers “positive discrimination” […]

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