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A MODEL OF PEACEFUL REINTEGRATION AND THE POSSIBILITY TO LIVE TOGETHER

Antun Šundalić ; Faculty of Economics, Osijek


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str. 217-233

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When differences in the language, religion, tradition and culture
in general grow into an obstacle to the communication
between nations, the possibility of living together becomes doubtful.
The burden of historic heritage in the Croato-Serbian relationship
has become intolerable due to Serbian rejection to recognise
Croatian independence. Through violence, plunder, banishment
and devastation of the Croatian villages and towns, the Serbs have
declared against co-existence with the Croats. Can the Plan of
Peaceful Reintegration convince the expelled Croats and other
non-Serbs that living together is possible? The Plan offered administrative
solutions that neglect essential characteristics of the
area (historical prerogatives, migrations, wars, cultural differences).
The displaced persons do not see the Plan as a humane, material
and moral satisfaction, but rather as additional protection for
the Serbs. They have formed their returnees' consciousness mainly
from the point of view of their everyday living needs and expectations,
which so far have not approved or accepted all details of
the Plan.

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Hrčak ID:

31675

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/31675

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