YUGO-SLAVIA: Pro-Hungary?


After four years of abstention, the Croatian Party (advocating secession of Croatia from the rest of Yugoslavia) decided to take their 96 seats in the National Skupstina (Parlia-ment).

The object of the move was said to be that the Croatians intend to go to Belgrade (the capital), join the Opposition there, oust Premier Pashitch, demand new elections, revise Balkan policy, "kill" the Italo-Yugo-Slavian treaty over Fiume (TIME, Feb. 4).

Said Stefan Raditch "storing petrol of the Balkans" (TIME, Sept. 3), leader of the Croatian Secessionists, at Vienna:

"Yes, we intended to go to Belgrade,...

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