by Dejan Jović Franjo Tuđman, the first president of the independent Croatian state, was buried on Monday, 13 December 1999. On Thursday, three days later, the employees of the Zagreb communal services “Cistoca” came to St Marko’s Square, at the new heart of Croatian politics, with an order “from above” to remove candles and flowers […]

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