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I CARE - - News - Internet Centre Anti Racism Europe: He insisted that the NDH’s defeat in 1945 by the Yugoslav Partisans backed by the Soviet Red Army was the country’s biggest national tragedy because “not everyone enjoyed the fruits of this victory” – a reference to the defeated supporters of the NDH regime. “What I said [in 2012] is along the lines of my previous statements... the only true victory recognised by the whole Croatian nation was achieved in the Homeland War [the term used for Croatia’s war of independence in the 1990s]. The modern Croatian state rests on this victory,” he said. Hasanbegovic is a member of strongest party in the new government, the centre-right Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, but critics say he should already have been dismissed after the first scandal caused by his apparent NDH sympathies.

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