HSLS urged reticence and patience to national minority representatives on Tuesday, stressing that they should not have any influence on the creation of a new parliamentary majority, but should wait for the completion of the negotiations with the Homeland Coalition and Coalition, Croatia is growing.
"National minorities are Croatian wealth, not party to party competition," says a letter from HSLS, a member of the Domestic Coalition, and argues that minority representatives in the Parliament should not have any influence on the creation of a new parliamentary majority, but should wait for the completion of the negotiations on the Bridge with two coalitions.
Representatives of national minorities should "be part of any parliamentary majority that is reached through the agreement of the main national coalitions or lists, for the purpose of exercising all their rights, but also for the mode of election according to the Act on the Election of Representatives," HSLS considers.
"Any other involvement of national minority representatives would be to the detriment of the minorities themselves, their rights and to the detriment of creating a society full of tolerance and understanding among all Croatian citizens, regardless of their national and religious affiliation," they say from HSLS.
Representatives of minority representatives, who were elected 8. November, announced on Monday that Croatia will grow in the process of preparing the new government to support the SDP coalition.