28 February 1994 Zagreb, February On Croatia’s volatile political stage, Josip Manolic is seen as a moderate member of the ruling party. Unofficially, he is counted among the Croatian Democratic Union’s (HDZ) left wing. Anyhow, the Speaker of the “Upper House” of the Croatian Assembly is an interesting person to talk to, as a man […]

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