1. Mr. Josipovic is a rare voice of reason, common sense and civility in Croatia.

    As such, he has absolutely NO chance whatsoever of playing a meaningful role in Croatia's political life, which is based SOLELY on rabid clerical-chauvinism and vicious anti-Serbism and he can - at best - be described as a marginal figure in search of a political niche.

    Still, his was a noble gesture worthy of praise, albeit doomed to fail from the get-go.
    (DEDA CVETKO, 23 July 2016 07:35)

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  2. What do you expect from an old communist F**K like Josipovic. More love for his bank account then his country.
    (Defender 1991, 23 July 2016 05:52)

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  3. This is hipocrisy at the highest level from Croatian authorities!!Serbia has its flaws but requesting from Serbia to raise the rights of croatian minority in Serbia and other conditions are absolutely ridicilous,considering the fact that Serbs are almost non existent in Croatia,thanks to ethnic cleansing,and that Serbs in Croatia are second grade citizens!!
    (Pop, 23 July 2016 01:25)

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  4. We don't need him anymore, we need a social conservative leader who can be diplomatic and tactical, and still protecting our interests.
    (Matej Ivančić, 22 July 2016 16:52)

    This is the Balkans, my friend. Such a search may be futile, I'm afraid.
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 22 July 2016 17:28)

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  5. @grobar1

    Here is MY comment:

    Josipovic is right that our politicians should be more diplomatic and tactical, but, he and his party destroyed our economy in the years 2011-2015. We don't need him anymore, we need a social conservative leader who can be diplomatic and tactical, and still protecting our interests.
    (Matej Ivančić, 22 July 2016 16:52)

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  6. What no comments from ustase and Talibanians ?
    (Grobar1, 22 July 2016 16:20)

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