Three Sovereigntist Parties Sign Agreement on Joint Participation in Elections

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ZAGREB, December 11, 2019 – Three political parties – HRAST, the Croatian Conservative Party (HKS) and the Bloc for Croatia – on Wednesday signed an agreement on joint participation in the next parliamentary election as part of the Croatian Sovereigntist platform, expressing confidence that they would win at least 15 seats and that it would not be possible to form the next government without them.

The signatories to the agreement confirmed that they would support independent candidate Miroslav Škoro in the coming presidential elections.

HKS leader Marijan Pavliček said he was confident that after the right-wing voter camp had been fragmented over the last 15 years, the Croatian Sovereigntists would win at least 15 seats in the next parliamentary elections.

“A snowball has been started at the elections for the European Parliament and it will grow into an avalanche in the parliamentary elections,” Pavliček said, adding that after 20 years of globalist governments, the time had come for a sovereigntist government that would answer only to the Croat people.

HRAST leader Ladislav Ilčić said that globalist lobbies, “although wrapped in beautiful paper”, often worked against the interests of the Croat people and state.

“The only way to identify them is the identity and values that have determined the Croat people throughout the centuries,” Ilčić said, adding that what made the Sovereigntists special was the advocacy of that identity and those values.

HRAST member of parliament Hrvoje Zekanović said that the sovereigntist camp also included numerous civic initiatives, such as the Truth about the Istanbul Convention, the Croatian Rampart as well as numerous prominent individuals.

Zlatko Hasanbegović of the Bloc for Croatia said that Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and the ruling HDZ party were in a state of panic because the coming presidential elections, followed by parliamentary elections, would articulate the dissatisfaction of voters caused by the formation of “an anti-national Croatian-Serb coalition that is based on political trade-offs”, which, he said, “is against the authentic will of the electorate.”

Zekanović, too, believes that the HDZ is losing popularity and that Plenković “evidently has problem coping with that.”

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