Pejović: We supported the resolution on Jasenovac and we will not withdraw it from the parliamentary procedure

"Just as the resolution on Srebrenica is not directed against the Serbian people, the resolution on Jasenovac is not directed against the Croatian people either."

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The parliamentary club Pokreta Evropa has now supported the resolution on Jasenovac and will not withdraw it from the parliamentary procedure, said the secretary general of that party and the vice president of the parliament, Boris Pejović.

"In this way, as we have repeatedly expressed our position, we have a principled attitude towards all innocent victims. Just as the resolution on Srebrenica is not directed against the Serbian people, so the resolution on Jasenovac is not directed against the Croatian people. Individuals are responsible for crimes, and No way, people. Therefore, such a relationship will be the basis for reconciliation, which will relax inter-ethnic relations in the region. Because of the tragic past, for which we are not responsible, we must not miss the chance to build a better future together," said Pejović.

The Democratic People's Party announced today that the Presidency of that party unanimously decided to suspend further support for the Government of Milojko Spajić until their demands are met. The DNP said that the prerequisite for considering the option of further support for the Government is the adoption of the resolution on the genocide in Jasenovac by the end of June at the latest.

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