Legal, Economic and Political Aspect of Establishing Fiscal and Monetary Sovereignty of the Republic of Croatia
AbstractCroatian fiscal and monetary system stayed without one part of its income because of no fiscal and monetary sovereignty over the occupied territories. This would be of great importance especially after the war when Croatia claims the war compensation from Serbia and Montenegro, so it will be necessary to estimate the amount of public income which was collected on the territory of Republika Srpska Krajina in order to have an accurate amount once when Croatia claims its war and collateral compensation form these two states. The estimated public income is extremely important fiscal subject which was not transferred into the state budget and the budgets of the local communities since these financial means are usually ignored when Croatian war compensation is discussed publicly, scientifically and among scholars.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Faculty of Economics in Osijek, Croatia in its journal Interdisciplinary Management Research.
Volume (Year): 5 (2009)
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fiscal sovereignty; monetary sovereignty;
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