Slavenka Drakulic, independent policy analyst | August 29, 2008
Croatia is witnessing a rehabilitation of the fascist ideology and unfortunately legal institutions are unwilling to take action. ++ Even more alarming is that there are also politicians who do not distance themselves from the fascist past. ++ Currently, the country discusses if a new law should be enforced to prohibit the inciting of national hatred, but the legislation will not change the Croatian attitude to the own past. ++ The EU should reconsider if it really needs to include a country in which these dubious values are still popular.