Campaign poster on MOST party offices damaged by vandals

A campaign poster placed on a Zagreb office window of the MOST, an independent slate for the forthcoming parliamentary election, was damaged on Wednesday morning and party officials said that the perpetrators responsible for this vandalism should know that the party has not been perturbed by this and was now even more convinced that it was on the right path.

MOST officials reported on the party's website that other posters would probably have been damaged, had several volunteers not been in the party's office at the time.

Our message "I wish to live in an organised Croatia", which was on the damaged poster, is obviously unacceptable to some interest groups. If you thought you would scare us off, then know that you have done us a favour and encouraged us to get down to our work with even more fervour. Your vandalism is evidence that we are on the right path, MOST had to say.

Last update: Wed, 28/10/2015 - 17:30

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