Škoro: Milanović, Grabar-Kitarović Two Faces of the Same System

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ZAGREB, December 15, 2019 – Presidential candidate Miroslav Škoro on Saturday held an election rally in Split, at which he called on voters not to cast their ballots for Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović and Zoran Milanović because “they are two faces of the same system”.

“A vote for Miroslav Škoro is a vote for the people, and if you vote for Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović or Zoran Milanović, it does not make a difference – you vote for Andrej Plenković,” Škoro said.

In a comment on Grabar-Kitarović, he said that she was boasting about her platform and that, if he had been the president for five years, he would be boasting about his results.

“That is what we expect of her, we don’t expect a wish list for Santa Claus,” he said.

As regards Milanovic, Škoro said that he was a bad prime minister and that he did not see how he could be a good president.

“The man was willing to sacrifice Croatia to protect two (former) members of UDBA (Yugoslav secret service),” he said, accusing Milanović of sowing division among Croatians.

Škoro said that since the start of his campaign he had been a target of defamation but that that would not last long.

He said that he was a proud Catholic Croat and could therefore not be accused of insulting his church.

Voters should not fall for provocations by those who kept silent when the people wanted a referendum on the Istanbul Convention and on changes to the election law, he said, adding that voters also should not trust those who received Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić for talks.

He said that if elected president, he would insist on normalisation of relations with Serbia, which, he said, meant that the border would not go along the middle of the Danube River as the thousands of hectares of land located on the left side of the river were owned by Croatians.

Škoro said that he would insist on dealing with the issue of persons gone missing in the 1991-95 war, as well as that Croatian archives and cultural property stolen during the Great Serbian fascist aggression be returned to Croatia and compensation be paid to all former inmates of Serb concentration camps.

Speaking of the Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the presidential candidate said that he would see to it that “the Croat people in Bosnia and Herzegovina are not only a constituent but also a sovereign people that controls its own territory and has its own political representatives.”

More news about presidential elections can be found in the Politics section.


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