Neo-fascism on the rise in Croatia, Council of Europe finds | News | DW


The Council of Europe (CoE) has expressed alarm over the rise of right-wing extremism and neo-fascism in Croatia in a new report published on Tuesday.

The increase has been reinforced by the “glorification” of ideologies from World War II — especially of Croatia’s fascist Ustasha regime, which fought alongside Nazi Germany, according to the report by the CoE’s Anti-Racism Commission.

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The report’s publication comes three days after the annual memorial mass in Bleiburg, in the Austrian province of Carinthia, to remember…



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