Pogledaj cijelu verziju : MYTH:"SERBS HAVE NO RIGHTS IN CROATIA"

14-10-2003, 18:16
Myth: The government of the Republic of Croatia denied basic civil, cultural and linguistic rights to the Serbian minority in Croatia.

Reality: On the very day it declared independence Croatia granted extraordinary rights and privileges to Serbs and other minorities in Croatia.

It became apparent throughout the world that Serbia was the aggressor in Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina during the break-up of Yugoslavia. Its clear aim was the preservation of a Greater Serbian state while retaining the name Yugoslavia against the expressed will of the majority of the people. However, Serbia's aims were not so clear to many in the West during the terrible days of aggression in the Fall of 1991 and Spring of 1992. A full-scale Serbian propaganda campaign repeated time and time again that the War was to "protect the Serbian minority in Croatia" despite the fact that the Serbs had lived peacefully with the Croatians for nearly a half-century. To reinforce their case, Serbia let it be known to the world that the new Croatian government had made no provision for the rights of Serbs in Croatia. The Western media, unable or unwilling to read the documents provided to them by the Croatian government in English, accepted mythology as fact and in many cases continued to repeat it well into 1992. "The Croatians wrote a new constitution, giving no special rights to Croatia's Serbs..." wrote the Christian Science Monitor on September 19, 1991.

Croatian Declaration of Independence, June 25, 1991

In reality, with the very first document to emerge from the new Croatian Republic, its Declaration of Independence on June 25, 1991, the Croatian government guaranteed not only civil rights, but unique rights to the Serbian minority. The first two articles of the Declaration established the rights of Croatia to declare independence and to defend its territorial integrity. Article III of the Declaration stated:

The Republic of Croatia is a democratic, legal and social state in which prevails the supreme values of constitutional order: freedom, equality, ethnic equality, peace, social justice, respect for human rights, pluralism and the inviolability of personal property, environmental protection, the rule of law, and a multi-party system.
The Republic of Croatia guarantees Serbs in Croatia and all national minorities who live in this territory the respect of all human and civil rights, especially the freedom to nurture their national language and culture as well as political organizations.

The Republic of Croatia protects the rights and interests of its citizens without regard to their religious, ethnic or racial belonging. In accordance with customary and positive international law, the Republic of Croatia guarantees other states and international bodies that it will completely and consciously uphold all its rights and duties as a legal successor to the previous Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to the extent that they relate to the Republic of Croatia.

In order to avoid bloodshed and insure a peaceful transition, the Croatian Declaration concluded:
The Republic of Croatia calls upon the other republics of the former SFRY to create an alliance of sovereign states on the presumptions of mutual recognition of state sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual respect, recognition of political pluralism and democracy, pluralism of ownership and market economy, and the actual respect of human rights, rights for ethnic minorities and other civilized values of the free world.
Serbia met this call for peaceful dialogue with the bloodiest warfare Europe had seen since World War II, slaughtering over ten thousand people, exiling hundreds of thousands and crushing the human rights of non-Serbs in every corner of former Yugoslavia.

Charter Relating to the Rights of Serbs and Others

In order to dispel any doubts about the Croatian government's commitment to human rights and exceptional rights for the Serbian minority, the Croatian Parliament in its first session as an independent state, adopted The Charter Relating to the Rights of Serbs and Other Nationalities in the Republic of Croatia on June 25, 1991:

A just solution relating to the issue of Serbs and other nationalities in the Republic of Croatia is one of the important factors to democracy, stability, peace and economic advancement, and to cooperation with other countries.

The protection and full realization of rights for all nationalities in the Republic of Croatia, as well as the protection of individual rights is a composite part of international protection of human and civil rights and the protection of nationalities and as such they belong to the area of international cooperation.

The rights of nationalities and international cooperation will not allow any activity which is opposed to the regulations of international law, especially sovereignty, territorial integrity and the political independence of the Republic of Croatia as a united and indivisible democratic and social state.

All nationalities in Croatia are legally protected from such activities that would threaten their existence. They have the right to respect and to self preservation of their cultural autonomy.

Serbs in Croatia and all nationalities have the right to proportionally engage in bodies of local self-government and appropriate government bodies, as well as security for economic and social development for the purpose of preserving their identity and for the protection of any attempts of assimilation, which will be regulated by law, territorial organization, local self-government as well as institutionalizing parliamentary bodies which will be responsible for relations between nationalities.

Organizations which will adhere to the aims of its constitution and which are involved in protecting and developing individual nationalities, and as such are representative of the said nationality, have the right to represent the nationality as a whole and each individual belonging to that nationality, within the Republic as well as on an international level. Individual nationalities and members have the right, in order to protect their rights, to tum to international institutions which are involved in the protection of human and national rights.

The commitments of the Croatian government to human rights surpassed those of the United States Declaration of Independence which referred to native Americans as "merciless Indian savages," or the U.S. Constitution which specifically defined an African-American as three-fifths of a person. The Croatian Parliament further strengthened the law on December 4, 1991 by specifically granting local police, courts and governments to Serbs in those areas in which they were a majority. These documents grant Serbs and other national minorities full protection of human rights, guaranteed proportional representation in government, the right to self-government, and protection from any attempts of forced assimilation. It further encouraged individuals and organizations to appeal to international bodies to secure these protections. Ironically, Serbs in Croatia have never needed these provisions. It was the Croatians, Bosnians and Kosova' s Albanian majority who would appeal to the European Community, the United Nations, the International League for Human Rights, Helsinki Watch, Amnesty International and other international bodies for protection from the Serbian minority and the Serbian controlled Army.

14-10-2003, 18:58
1. Η έκδοση του κανονισμού αυτού ήταν απαραίτητη για την εφαρμογή του άρθρου 34 παρ. 3 του καταστατικού του Ευρωπαϊκού Συστήματος Κεντρικών Τραπεζών (ΕΣΚΤ), το οποίο ορίζει ότι, εντός των ορίων και με τις προϋποθέσεις που καθορίζει το Συμβούλιο, η ΕΚΤ δικαιούται να επιβάλει πρόστιμα και περιοδικές χρηματικές ποινές στις επιχειρήσεις λόγω μη συμμόρφωσης με υποχρεώσεις που απορρέουν από τους κανονισμούς ή τις αποφάσεις της.

2. Με τον όρο "επιχειρήσεις" νοούνται "τα φυσικά ή νομικά πρόσωπα, ιδιωτικού ή δημοσίου δικαίου, εξαιρουμένων των δημοσίων προσώπων στο πλαίσιο της άσκησης των δημόσιων εξουσιών τους σε ένα συμμετέχον κράτος μέλος, τα οποία υπόκεινται στις υποχρεώσεις οι οποίες απορρέουν από τους κανονισμούς και τις αποφάσεις της ΕΚΤ και περιλαμβάνουν υποκαταστήματα ή &#9

14-10-2003, 19:01
wau...materijala FREDO...ajde smire se i uci i nauci ponesto...

14-10-2003, 20:00
su ovi kurci ovdije? ××××te Sv. Sava pa ovo nije ni cirlica vec neki grk trazi srpsko dupe. ××××ga neka i oni imaju pravo da jebu srbadiju jer su istog mentaliteta. :))

15-10-2003, 02:44
jeba te sv. vranjo ×××××, kad ste vi sta imali svoje a da niste prisvojili tudje , jedini narod sa tudjim jezikom , tudjim drzavom , tudim tradicijama , kad vas svijet nije ubrajao medju ljude pa ste sse moprali snalaziti tako posvoji pa osvoji.
Srbi imaju Cirilicu i Latinicu obadva pisma su njihova .A vi vi ste imali arapski i eto nemate pojma o njemu jer ste protjerani i niste smjeli nista da ponesete , morali ste i jezik mjenjati.

Samo sto smo mi bili velikodusni pa vam poklonili nas jezik jer sta bi da smo vas jos mi sutali gdje bi sa tolikim ciganima , em dosli iz IIndije em iz Irana.Ali mislim da smo pogresili ipak smo trebali indijske cigane civilizirati jer nisu divlji nastrijeni kao vi .Sigurno da rata nebi bilo nikada jer oni bi se davno civilizirali.Od vas nikad dobra . :smile08: :smile06:

15-10-2003, 03:04
Ulterior, in 1859, cand aceiasi mari si puternici vecini li s-au aratat ostili si le-au declarat fatis aceasta adversitate, romānii au reusit totusi sa infaptuiasca unitatea nationala, proces definitivat in anul 1918.

La sfarsitul primului razboi mondial, visul nutrit de veacuri - cel al reunificarii tuturor romānilor in interiorul unui singur stat-natiune- devine realitate, fiind obtinut cu pretul a mai mult de 800.000 de vieti. Cele doua decenii de cert progres economic si reala afirmare politica si culturala, care au urmat au fost brusc curmate indata dupa izbucnirea celui de-al doilea razboi mondial, in anul 1940, cand o treime din suprafata si populatia tarii este desprinsa de trupul ei. In 1945, dupa 4 ani de razboi si 700.000 de vieti pierdute, traditiile democratice ce au dainuit (cu toate imperfectiunile inerente) vreme de un secol, sunt infrante de trupele sovietice si de impunerea fortata a regimului comunist.
Aceste universiati au fost urmate de una la Cluj (1872) si una la Cernauti (1875). Dupa instaurarea regimului comunist, noua lege a educatiei a extins proprietatea statului asupra tuturor institutiilor de invatamānt iar programa a fost adaptata scopurilor ideologice. Analfabetismul, care in perioada interbelica afecta un sfert din populatia tarii a fost eradicat printr-o campanie intensiva, iar invatamāntul obligatoriu s-a extins la 7, 8 si mai tārziu la 10 ani, iar vārsta scolara a scazut de la 7 la 6 ani.

In 1990, dupa aproape o jumatate de secol de dominatie absoluta a statului in sistemul educational, au fost infiintate primele scoli private. Numarul gradinitelor private, liceelor private, scolilor de arta si muzica precum si a scolilor profesionale private este inca foarte scazut. Dar in universitatile particulare invata cam un sfert din numarul total al studentilor. Reforma in educatie, care este in curs de desfasurare, are drept scop aducerea invatamāntului romānesc la standardele Uniunii Europene.

In prezent, numarul institutiilor de invatamānt de toate gradele este in jur de 30.000 in care invata 4,7 milioane de elevi si studenti, 20% din populatia tarii. Numarul de copii din gradinite este de 660.000; numarul elevilor de 3,6 milioane iar al studentilor de 355.000. In anul scolar 1996/1997 au fost 1625 de elevi si 157 de studenti la 10.000 de locuitori. Numarul total al profesorilor este de 313.000.

Sistemul educatiei nationale consta din: invatamānt prescolar pentru copii intre 3 si 6 ani, invatamānt primar (intre 7 si 10 ani, clasele I-IV), scoala gimnaziala (intre 11 si 14 ani, clasele V-VIII), liceu (intre 15 si 18 ani, clasele IX-XII). Scoala primara si gimnaziala sunt obligatorii. Exista scoli profesionale si de ucenici pentru cei care au absolvit 8 clase, scoli de maistri sau scoli postliceale pentru cei care au terminat liceele, toate cu o durata de 1-2 ani. Invatamāntul universitar dureaza intre 4 si 6 ani si are principalele.

15-10-2003, 09:14
...Srbima nije niti nece odgovarati "PROPORCIONALNOST"!

Srbi su svuda "konstitutivni", SVI I SVUDA!!

Granica je 5% - cim ju perijedju traze SVE!!

ovo je ...
15-10-2003, 12:18
...Christos za tebe poslao Fred! To komentiraj!

ja im ne bi...
15-10-2003, 15:30
....dao niakkva prava...nisu zasluzili!

Nas Fred...
16-10-2003, 08:41
...se zaista trudi da ozivi prastare teme... odgovara ne 2 godine stare...a ove relevantne koje je trazio, na njih nista!!

Nas Fred...
16-10-2003, 10:55
...opet Fred aktivan na krivim stranama? Zasto nikad na pravim? Fred?
Koliko sati imas na raspolaganju preuredjivati forum??

Nas je Fredo...
16-10-2003, 13:32
... zaista - Lavovskog srpskog srca! Bori se do zadnje kapi! Pravi Srbin!!

nas se je...
16-10-2003, 18:18
...Fredo junacko-srpski trudio u svetoj mu borbi protiv nekog/nekih? za nesto za sta samo on zna... i zato je potrosio 5-6 sati samo danas...

ALI dan jos nije gotov...

16-10-2003, 19:15