The working-class history of the Republic of Croatia (after June 1991)

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ICFTU Expresses Solidarity with Croatian Union Protest
ICFTU OnLine, 28 January 1998. The ICFTU is lending its support to the protest on January 29, organised by the Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia, against the disastrous decisions taken by the Croatian Government and Parliament. As a result of the economic stabilisation measures adopted in 1993, workers have seen a steady plunge in living standards.
Croatian unions take things into their own hands
DAMN news group, [23 February 1999]. In socialist Yugoslavia until the 1990 transition to democracy and a market economy, workers were the nominal owners of companies and had elaborate control systems through which they could influence and overlook the activities of managers. Having vanished from the workplace, the idea now seems to be returning with thousands of workers setting up ad hoc pressure groups and taking control of companies from new-era owners who emerged from Croatia's sometimes messy privatisation process.
Doctors, dentists in Croatia go on one-day strike demanding salary hikes
Canadian Press, Friday 28 June 2002. Doctors and dentists employed in the public sector went on a one-day strike across Croatia Friday, demanding pay hikes of over double the average salary.
Spotlight interviewed: Davor Juric, president of the UATUC (Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia)
ICFTU OnLine..., 4 February 2003. Croatian unions are especially worried about the government's plans to change Labour Law, and threaten to organize general strike.