Slovenian Minority to Be Represented in Croatian Parliament
Zagreb, 2 April - The Slovenian minority living in Croatia will be able to vote for their representative in the Croatian parliament, which will also be representing Kosovar Albanians, Bosnian Muslims, Montenegrins and Macedonians - ethnic minorities that have emerged after the disintegration of former Yugoslavia. The move comes after the Croatian MPs passed new election legislation on Wednesday.
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