A group of citizens and the "Croatian Rampart" civil initiative staged a protest under the slogan "Stop the Marrakech Agreement" in Split today.
In a procession from the National Theater to the Riviera, protestors warned of the dangers of adopting the Marrakech Agreement and voiced their dissatisfaction with government's decision to adopt the global compact on migration.
"We are withdrawing the legitimacy of the representatives of the Croatian government who will go tomorrow to sign, or give backing to the Marrakesh Agreement. They don't have the legitimacy to do so, because they have not debated the issue, they have not asked citizens if they agree with it, nor was there any mention of this during the election campaign," said protest organizer Lovro Meštrović.
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