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While corruption has become less acceptable than before, and the public is strongly critical of the political classes in general, major public figures—such as a former prime minister, a capital city mayor, a football club manager, and a convicted war criminal—are still able to count on a significant level of popular support and gain access to suspicious funds while fighting charges.
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Each spoke of the spider graph represents one category of NIT rated from 1 to 7, with 1 representing the highest level of democratic progress and 7 the lowest.
The NIT 2016 ratings reflect the period from 1 January through 31 December 2015.
The presidential campaign also ushered in a period of ideological answers to complex policy problems from both the right and the left.
On the left, for example, civil society calls for the elimination of loans denominated in Swiss francs were based more on social or moral considerations than on economic reasoning.
NOTE: The ratings reflect the consensus of Freedom House, its academic advisers, and the author(s) of this report.
If consensus cannot be reached, Freedom House is responsible for the final ratings.During the first days of the reception of thousands of refugees, the government was proud of its performance.When the true scale of the problem sunk in, however, panic and spats with Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary soon followed.Outlook for 2016: The appearance of the independent political coalition MOST challenged the long-standing dominance of HDZ and SDP.While the MOST-HDZ government has now been formed, it is unclear whether and how MOST will exert influence. “Povijesna krivotvorina: SDP nije izašao iz sabornice kad se glasalo o samostalnosti,” [Historical falsification: SDP did not leave the parliament when there was a vote for independence], Novi List, 25 January 2015  “Milanovic u saboru; HDZovci slusajte svetog oca,” [Milanovic at Parliament: HDZ should listen to the Pope], Jutarnji list, 21 January 2015  “Migrant crisis: Croatia President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic backs border fence,” International Business Times, 14 October 2015,  “Migrant crisis: Croatia President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic backs border fence,” International Business Times, 14 October 2015,  “Ostojic: Pokazalo se da nikakvi zidovi, puske, ni oruzje ne mogu rijesiti ovakvu krizu,” [Ostojic: It is proven that walls, guns or ammunition can not solve refuge crisis], Novi List, 20 September 2015, and “Četveroboj Milanović-Vučić-Orban-Karamarko,” HRT, 24 September 2015,  “Slovenci ne mogu doći sebi: Hrvati su neetični, prisluškivanje je kriminal” [Slovenians lost it: Croatians are not ethical as wiretapping is illegal!