Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Chinese man appears in court after singing ultra-nationalist Ustasha songs

By  Feb 03, 2019

A Chinese citizen has appeared in court after being charged with public order offences that saw him singing Croatian ultranationalist songs. The Chinese man was caught on video singing Ustasha songs and waving flags of the fascist movement.

The Ustasha, Croatian Revolutionary Movement, was a Croatian fascist organization, active, in its original form, between 1929 and 1945.

Imotski police officers have completed criminal investigations over a 60-year-old Croatian citizen and 43-year-old Chinese citizens on suspicion of committing the violation of Article 5 of the Law on Public Order and Peace Offenses, reports Dalmatinski Portal.

- Based on the received announcement from the 1st of February 2019, that video clips and photographs of people singing songs and highlighting symbols that disturb the public order and peace were published on social media networks, we immediately undertake police investigations. It was found that the mentioned content was recorded on the street and in a catering facility in Imotski, the indictment was brought to the Misdemeanour Court – commented the Split – Dalmatia Police force.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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