9 August 1993 Franjo Tudjman openly clashed with citizens of Istria before he became Croatia’s President. In the spring of 1990, after being booed at the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) election campaign rally in Labin and in other Istrian districts, Tudjman brusquely told the local electorate that “if you don’t like Croatia, you are free […]

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