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Welcome to a special edition of HRT News about the elections in Greater Croatia, when it was announced the elections would be soon immediately parties formed and capable people started campaigning for various positions here are some highlights about the several parties and candidates.

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Hrvatska Demokratska Zajednica or Croatian Democratic Union

One of the major parties of the old Republic and still popular especially within the more senior part of the population.

Key points:

-Free Market

-Increasing funding to Military Research

-Decrease of Social Security Systems to provide a tax cut

-Rather Nationalist

Hrvatski demokratski sabor Slavonije i Baranje or Croatian Democratic Assembly of Slavonia and Baranja

A very small and extreme Nationalist party. Only popular in Slavonia and Baranja.

Key points:

-Hybrid between a free market and central planning Economy

-Improvement of the situation in Slavonia and Baranja

-Increase of funding to all Departments of the Military

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Hrvatska stranka prava or Croatian Party of Right

One of the oldest parties, right-winged and reasonably Nationalist however attempts to distance itself.

Key points:

-Free Market

-Tax cut

-Lowering of Minimum wage

-Increase of funding to especially the Army

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Hrvatska narodna stranka – Liberalni Demokrati or Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats

The most centered and popular party within most Provinces, promoting Liberalism but still maintaining Socialist Ideals.

Key points:

-Privatizing all industries where Government supervision isn't needed however maintains Government Control over the Military Industry, Communication Networks, etc.

-Increasing taxes by 5% for 10 years to make reconstruction to the pre-Nord state possible.

-Maintaining the Social Security Services as they are now

-Lowering of funding to the Military

-Limited intervention Policy

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Socijaldemokratska partija Hrvatske or Social Democratic Party of Croatia

The left-wing Party of Croatia not allowed to conduct Politics under Kanteero and the Phoenix Empire. Promotes Government control and a decrease of Nationalism stating all people are born the same.

Key Points:

-Central Planning Government with some smaller industries privatized.

-Equal Wages

-Higher income taxes on the rich

-Improving Social Security Services

And now for the Prime Minister candidates.

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Stjepan Mesic(HNS)

Originally part of the HDZ Mesic had a long history in politics going back to the old Communist Yugoslavia, his charisma and Pacifist approach to politics has made him the most popular politician for many years in a row. Should he become Prime Minister he will aim at improving Croatian Relations with the world and alligning with the direct neighbors on at least Economic levels.

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Ivo Sanader(HDZ)

Former Minister of Health under the Phoenix Empire and one of the more liberal parts of the HDZ. As a very diplomatic person he aims at International Cooperation with all nations even those who could be considered enemies. However he is supportive of an increase of power of the Armed Forces to the point where they could legally overthrow an Official.

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Zoran Milanović(SDP)

A true fighter of the revolution having been imprisoned as soon as the age of 21. He is a progressive Politician with some Isolationist policies and promotes Central Planning. Regarding the Military he wants an effective but not too expensive force.

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Anto Đapić(HSP)

The conservative of the candidates promoting an isolationist policy while maintaining a strong Army. On economic levels he promotes a Free Market System but wishes for some Government intervention. He is perhaps the least popular candidate.

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A reporter from the Moscow Star

“Mr. Milanović and Mr. Đapić, there have been some concerns raised in Slavorussia about Croatia shifting to an isolationist policy. Do you think that it‘s a good idea to take Croatia in that direction, and what do you have to say to those who disagree with you in regard to an isolated Greater Croatia?”

ooc: an wut dew yew tink of mah countrie?

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A reporter from the Moscow Star

“Mr. Milanović and Mr. Đapić, there have been some concerns raised in Slavorussia about Croatia shifting to an isolationist policy. Do you think that it‘s a good idea to take Croatia in that direction, and what do you have to say to those who disagree with you in regard to an isolated Greater Croatia?”

ooc: an wut dew yew tink of mah countrie?

Z. Milanović - In my opinion a shift to a more Isolationist Policy will protect our people against Foreign Imperialists and Enterprises. It has become obvious at this point the world is not yet ready to truly become united. However we would consider Economic relations with like minded nations. I personally consider it the right of those disagreeing but consider them only aimed at their own pocket rather than to serve the People.

A. Đapić - The last years have made obvious to protect our Nation and way of life we have to remain rather divided from the rest of the world. The dangers of globalization and Foreign influences are too high to cover the possible profits. Those who are willing to let us change our ways are fools.

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To all candidates: "We see no mention, in any of your statements, concerning education, particularly in the early years of childhood. What policies does the current government hold, and what changes, if any, do you plan on making to these policies?"

OOC: Like curriculum, age when the child first enters school...that stuff.

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