The controversial Ivan Zvonimir Cicak, a man who for 25 years has been part of the opposition in various undemocratic regimes in the former Yugoslavia and the states that appeared after its disintegration, speaks of the elections in Croatia, the possibilities of coexistence, the situation in Bosnia and Hercegovina… The interview took place last week-end […]

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