A-HSP

A-HSP leader barred from entering Srb and fined EUR 700

The Autochthonous Croatian Party of Rights (A-HSP)  leader, Drazen Keleminec, was fined 5,200 kuna and was told not to enter the village of Serb in the next six months, according to a ruling made by the Gracac municipal court on Sunday evening.

A-HSP tents in Srb dismantled, party leader detained

The two tents set up by the Autochthonous Croatian Party of Rights (A-HSP) next to an anti-Fascist monument in the village of Srb were removed by the police on Sunday, and the leader of that non-parliamentary party, Drazen Keleminec, was detained on charges of disturbing the peace, while another seven party members, who were apprehended during the anti-riot police operation, were later released after having been questioned by the police.

Police dismantling A-HSP tent in Srb, 8 activists arrested

Anti-riot police on Sunday morning started removing a tent set up by the Autochthonous Croatian Party of Rights (A-HSP) next to an anti-Fascist monument in the village of Srb, and during the action eight activists of that non-parliamentary party were arrested after they refused to leave the area.

A-HSP told to remove tent from Srb

A tent set up by the Autochthonous Croatian Party of Rights (A-HSP) next to an anti-Fascist monument in the village of Srb, must be removed until 7 am Sunday, the spokesman for the Zadar Police district, Elis Zodan, told Hina on Saturday.

Apprehensive situation in Srb following raising of A-HSP tent

Residents in the Serb-populated village of Srb on Tuesday sent an open letter warning that they feel intimidated due to a tent set up by the Autochthonous Croatian Party of Rights (A-HSP) ,next to a monument in that village, with the aim of preventing the marking of Anti-Fascist Uprising Day (July 27).

Croat Serb leader Pupovac comments on possible obstruction of anti-fascist commemoration

The police, he added, overlooked or did not wish to see the fact that the applicants to put up that tent are "followers of the defeated Ustasha ideology and World War II forces, who are promoting those policies in political life in Croatia today, who are spreading hate speech, inciting violence and negating the anti-fascist struggle and anti-fascist values in Croatia."