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Marko Veselica

Marko Veselica (born January 9, 1936) is a Croatian politician and university professor.[1]

During the

  1. ^ "Marko Veselica". vecernji.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 14 December 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Croatia Dissident Reported Held, New York Times 1981
  3. ^ Croatian Dissident Jailed, New York Times 1981
  4. ^ Rights Group Kicks Off 'Amnesty Week': Students Seek to Free 'Prisoners of Conscience', Harvard Crimson 1983
  5. ^ Leaders of Croatia, Zárate's Political Collections

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In 1990, he became leader of the newly formed Croatian Democratic Party (HDS). Following the merger of the HDS and the Croatian Christian Democratic Party (HKDS) he became chairman (1992–2001) of the Croatian Christian Democratic Union HKDU.[5]

[4] prisoner of conscience.Amnesty International In 1983 he was an [3]

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