CENSUS conducted in Croatia shows that 29.73 percent of Serbs in Vukovar are Serbs, which means that they are losing all the rights they had until now by law.
Namely, while there were more than 30 percent of them, there was a legal obligation to be bilingual, and to use the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets on the inscriptions of all public institutions.
Although this has been prevented for Serbs until now, and bilingual signs were forcibly removed in Vukovar, the new list that indicates a drastic reduction in the number of Serbs in the city on the Danube will significantly reduce their rights. The census showed that from year to year fewer and fewer Serbs live in Croatia, so that now 91.63 percent are Croats and only 3.2 percent are Serbs. The number of Catholics is also drastically decreasing, which is now less than 80 percent, while 3.32 percent are home to citizens of the Orthodox faith. More than 95 percent of Croatian citizens declare that their mother tongue is Croatian, while 1.16 percent say that their mother tongue is Serbian. Out of the total number of citizens, 99.24 have Croatian citizenship.
The number of inhabitants in Croatia is also falling dramatically, so now they are 3.88 million, while in the nineties of the last century they were 4.78 million.
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