Monthly Archives: April 2011

NFCA press release regarding Gotovina verdict

The fall-out from the Gotovina protest continues, with a statement from the NFCA: NATIONAL FEDERATION OF CROATIAN AMERICANS CULTURAL FOUNDATION CRITICAL OF JUDGMENT AGAINST ANTE GOTOVINA AND MLADEN MARKAC For Immediate Release  – April 25, 2011 Washington, DC:  The National … Continue reading

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NFCA Convention Pittsburgh 4 June

Of interest to our American readers, we have been notified of this event: “18th Annual Convention of the National Federation of Croatian Americans Cultural Foundation Convention and Wine Tasting Events to Take Place June 4, 2011, in Pittsburgh” For Immediate … Continue reading

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Gotovina: The European Effect

The guilty verdicts in the Gotovina case will have far reaching effects for Croatia and indeed elsewhere. The legal consequences could be complex and costly for the hard pressed Croatian state. Serbia justified its war against Croatia by saying Serbs were … Continue reading

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Verdict Reaction from General Gotovina’s lawyer

Croatia Business Report editor Brian Gallagher interviews General Gotovina’s lawyer Luka Misetic after the ICTY verdict on 15 April 2011. See it on YouTube here.

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Gotovina found guilty

Direct from The Hague: General Gotovina was found guilty today and received 24 years. Markac received 18 years, Cermak was fully acquitted. The consequences for Croatia may now be severe. More later.

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Gotovina: The Imminent Verdict

Tomorrow sees the verdict in the trial of General Ante Gotovina and his co-defendants Ivan Cermak and Mladen Markac. We will bring some coverage tomorrow this. Today the CBR editor – who has followed the case since the beginning – … Continue reading

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