Zagreb Points

The Zagreb Points (Croatian: Zagrebačke punktacije) was the name of a resolution released on November 7, 1932, in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia which condemned Serb hegemony in that country and called for a return to political life as it was in 1918.

The document was released after the January 6th Dictatorship of King Alexander resulted in new administrative subdivisions and a new royal constitution. It had the backing of the Peasant-Democrat Coalition and the Party of Rights. The document resulted in other parties producing the Novi Sad Points, Sarajevo Points (Yugoslav Muslim Organization) and Ljubljana Points (Slovene People's Party) to voice their demands for an end to the dictatorship. Croatian Peasant Party leader Vladko Maček was imprisoned for three years as a direct result of the document.[1]

ContributorsEdit

Croatian Peasant PartyEdit

Independent Democratic PartyEdit

Croatian Party of RightsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Zagrebačke punktacije". Croatian Encyclopedia (in Croatian). Retrieved 18 August 2015.