Skip to comments.Croatia’s iron lady
Posted on 06/24/2011 8:59:08 AM PDT by Ravnagora
Natasha Srdocs campaign for fiscal transparency terrifies Zagrebs rulers
Croatia may be on the verge of a seismic political earthquake. A new patriotic-populist movement is being born. If it comes to power, it will transform the country - reverberating across the region and impacting the European Union.
The leader of this revolution is Natasha Srdoc, founder and chairman of the Adriatic Institute for Public Policy (AI), Croatias only Western-style independent think tank. She is willing to do something no other Croatian leader is doing: stand up to Brussels.
For years, Mrs. Srdoc has championed the free market, private property rights and the rule of law - the framework necessary for real prosperity and growth. She is a staunch critic of government corruption. Hence, she is fiercely opposed by the ruling Croatian Democratic Union, known by its acronym HDZ. The regime has labeled her an enemy of the state. She and her family have been threatened. She has become a dissident in her own land. For Zagrebs politicians, Mrs. Srdoc is Public Enemy No. 1.
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After reading the article and comments, it all sounds too good to be true. I remain skeptical, and won’t con myself into believing the hype from J. Kuhner.
sounds like a keeper.
Probably isn’t long for this world unfortunately.
I hope she has excellent security.