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Thursday, 13 November 2014

Šuica: Twenty-five years later...

A mini plenary session of the European Parliament took place in Brussels on 12 and 13 November, and some important issues for the citizens of the European Union were on the agenda. Along with many 25th anniversary celebrations of the fall of the Berlin Wall across Europe, during the plenary session, MEPs talked about this important event, which sparked a wave of democratization from the north to the south of Europe. Therefore, the Head of the Croatian EPP Delegation in the European Parliament Dubravka Šuica comment on this topic in a written statement:

"With the fall of the Berlin Wall, the most powerful symbol of the dissolution of the Eastern Bloc, the world was radically changed, but also changed was the view of the world public on communism and the communist system and it created conditions for democratization and the removal of the iron curtain from north to south in Europe. Since I come from Croatia, which was under communism for 45 years, I sympathize and understand the fate of people who lived under the auspices of the totalitarian systems across Central and Eastern Europe. After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, numerous nations gained independence, while the revolution of 1989 marked change in the balance of forces as and the beginning of the post-communist period and democracy. In most new states governments provided for the establishment of a stable market economy, while at the same time Croatia was faced with war and aggression, while scores of killed veterans built their lives into the foundations of modern Croatia. it is a pity that even today there are politicians who nostalgically look back at the authoritative system. Referring to the resolution of the European Parliament on the need for international condemnation of crimes of totalitarian communist regimes, I appeal to the Commission to pursue the condemnation of those who even today praise and display symbols of totalitarian systems, including communism, taking into account the evil and injustice that this system brought upon citizens of Europe and beyond."

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