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Sramota hrvatskog pravosuđa

„Najeklatantniji primer kršenja ljudskih prava na Balkanu” kako je, svojevremeno, za Petra Kunića, rekla Sadako Ogata, ostao je to i do danas. Presudom Opštinskog suda u Karlovcu ovaj srpski povratnik mora da plati milion kuna za obnovu kuće i imanja koje je i rušio i obnavljao neko drugi

Kada su, pre pet godina, provodeći presudu Županijskog suda u Karlovcu, specijalci hrvatskog mupa, na silu iselili Hrvata Vinka Petrovića, koji mu je zaposeo imovinu u selu Zagorje na Kordunu, Petar Kunić je očekivao da će to biti i kraj nevoljama koje su ga pratile svih poratnih izbegličkih godina.

Kunić, međutim, ovih dana preživljava nove muke. Naime, Opštinsku sud u Karlovcu, doneo je presudu koju je overio i Županijski sud, po kojoj Petar Kunić, „na ime troškova koje je imao , prilikom obnove Kunićeve uništene kuće i ugostiteljskog objekata, treba da Vinku Petroviću, plati gotovo milion kuna”.

Petar Kunić je, pred egzodus Srba, u avgustu devedeset i pete, iza sebe ostavio posed sa objektima kakvih je bilo malo uz magistralni put koji vodi od Karlovca prema Plitvicama. Potom dolaze hrvatski vojnici koji, u akciji „Oluja” sve to ruše. Godinu dana kasnije, tako razoreno imanje, ustupljeno je na korišćenje Vinku Petroviću Hrvatu iz Labina.

–Dvanaest godina posle, Petar Kunić mora da plati troškove obnovekuće i svog imanja kojeg je porušio neko drugi. Pa gde to ima? Nije li to skandal i nova velika sramota hrvatskog pravosuđa, pita se Jelka Glumičić, iz Odbora za ljudska prava u Karlovcu.

Uporedo sa ovom Kunić je, već od 1996. godine, vodio i borbu i za povrat stana u Karlovcu i vikendice koju je imao u Velikoj Crkvini, na samom obali Korane. Zbog njegovih muka i svega na šta je nailazio u borbi za pravdu, Visoki komesar Ujedinjenih nacija za izbeglice Sadako Ogata, svojevremeno je slučaj Petra Kunića okarakterisala kao „najeklatantniji primer kršenja ljudskih prava na Balkanu”. Petar Kunić je, na žalost, to ostao i danas.

Bez novca da podmiri i najelemntarnije potrebe za život, Petru Kuniću i supruzi mu Ivanki, zbog nemogućnosti da plate troškove, isključeni su struja i telefon, a do kore hleba dolaze nadničarenjem kod svojih komšija.

– Da nije došla nova presuda počeo bi da radi moj ugostiteljski objekat koji sam u potpunosti pripremio za goste. Sada međutim i od toga nema ništa. Ne znam šta ću kada mi dođu hipotekari da naplate dug i uzmu sve što što sam godinama stvarao, a što su drugi i rušili i ponovo podizali, jada se Kunić.

Petar Kunić jedan od dvadesetak Srba povratnika u rodno Zagorje, poslednjih desetak godina radio je i na usavršavanju svojih izuma za koje je, na svetskim smotrama, dobijao najveća priznanja.

Njegova „pištaljka za pse sa šesnaest zvukova u dva zvučna područja” do sada se okitila zlatom u Londonu, Moskvi, Bukureštu, Budimpešti, Rijeci, Pekingu, Briselu, dok je na međunarodnoj smotri inovacija na Tajvanu, među dve hiljade izlagača, Kunićeva pištaljka dobila nagradu sajma. Novi i veliki Kunićev izum je hidraulična podupirač, bez koga se ne može zamisliti nijedan posao u građevinarstvu. Za samo nekoliko meseci, na prva dva sajma, u Ženevi i Zagrebu, već je dobio po zlatnu medalju. Pored pištaljke i podupirača tu je i magnetni motor, po mnogima, Kunićev genijalni izum.

„Da je struje i da mogu raditi, motor bi bio davno završen. Ubeđen sam da će pištaljka i hidraulični podupirač biti moji tek smešno mali izumi u odnosu na magnetni motor”, ponosno će Petar Kunić, ostavljajući na trenutak po strani svoje muke.

Obraćao se Petar Kunić i Vladi Republike Hrvatske da mu pomogne kako bi otvaranjem pogona za serijsku proizvodnju svojih izuma, uz ostalo, zaposlio tridesetak srpskih povratnika. Ali sve se to završavalo samo na obećanjima od kojih ni on ni njegova Ivanka ne mogu da žive.

Razapet između hrvatskog pravosuđa i njegovih sramnih presuda sa jedne i svojih izuma sa druge strane koji ostaju samo izumi i ništa više, Petar i Ivanka danas žive na ivici životnog minimuma. I ljudskog dostojanstva.

– Srećni smo ako se, živi i zdravi, svakog novog jutra probudimo pod svojim krovom. Šta bi bilo da od države tražimo nešto drugo i više. Ali mi tražimo samo ono što nam pripada – život dostojan čoveka. Ali od toga, bar za sada, za nas Srbe nema ništa, upozorava na kraju Petar Kunić.

05.11.2008 Politika

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Cak je i BBC o ovome slucaju izvjestavao prije nekoliko godina:

Serb struggles for Croatian home

A construction worker machine-drills his way through a cement wall in what was once a four-star restaurant in central Croatia.

Renovation is underway at Petar Kunic's grill house, on the main road from the Adriatic tourist town of Split.

"I have a dream of having the best restaurant on the road to the coast," says Mr Kunic, waving detailed architect's plans.

But fantasies about a visit by picky Michelin reviewers are not uppermost in the mind of this 53-year-old Serb returnee to Croatia.

Visionary plans are quickly set aside as he tells of his struggle to forge a new start.

"I fear for my life because of anti-Serb discrimination in Croatia on a local level," he says, expressing fears that ethnic hatred still runs deep in this ex-Yugoslav republic ravaged by a decade of war in the 1990s.

Mr Kunic fled his birthplace - a house famed for gastronomy - in 1995 as the Croatian army reclaimed territory which had been under Serb paramilitary occupation for a number of years.

He settled in neighbouring Bosnia because of the ethnic conflict.

Nine years after he fled, it was memories of the smell of his mother's cooking that prompted his return.

Mr Kunic set off in his old Volkswagen Golf for the village of Zagorje, an hour's drive from the capital Zagreb. He fought a long legal battle with Croats who had occupied his family's restaurant "K Svajceru" while he was in Bosnia.

Dismayed by his country's slow and inefficient judicial system, he filed a lawsuit at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

International pressure prompted the pro-European centre-right government to take action and evict the Croatian family from his restaurant.

The story drew much media attention and fuelled protests from nationalist veteran groups.

Mr Kunic's return to Croatia had only made things worse for him.

"I'm banned from my village doctor," he says, angrily showing official documents that say he should look for treatment elsewhere.

"My Croatian doctor suddenly turned hostile when I showed her x-rays I took with my Serbian doctor. I thought the quarrel would calm down, but a couple of days later I was issued a paper that said it was impossible for me to get help in the local hospital."

Money trouble

Mr Kunic says the discrimination goes deeper: "Everywhere I go, people recognise me and there's some sort of trouble. In courts, institutions... everywhere.

"They always say that I was the guy who evicted a Croat."

Even in private banks Mr Kunic has faced hostility. He says he has been refused three different loan requests, although many Croats in his region had no trouble getting money.

Problems like this are clearly deterring Serb refugees from returning to Croatia. In a recently published poll, 60% of Serbs who fled the country said they never wanted to return.

Only 13% are willing to come back, but only if their basic human rights are guaranteed.

A Puls agency survey painted an even grimmer picture, showing 63% of Croats think the Serb return is not a good thing. The Serb population in Croatia is now only a third of the 300,000 it was before the war - and unlikely to grow.

Even the loudest campaigner for the return of the Serbs, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), has admitted that most Serbs who fled Croatia will probably never go back.

Nevertheless, the OSCE head in Croatia, Peter Semneby, has recently urged the government to meet conditions for sustainable return.

"There's still a potential for return and everybody should have the right to it," he said.

Dream fades

The Croatian government is driven by the ambition of becoming the new darling of Brussels, but Petar Kunic is not very impressed by its promises to refugees.

Still a young democracy, Croatia was given European Union candidate status only this year and wants to be ready for membership by 2007.

The return of refugees is one of the main preconditions.

"I thought things would change after the centre-right government came to power last November. But everything is still the same, Serbs face huge problems," Mr Kunic says.

With no loan and a lawsuit pending from the Croatian family he had evicted, he now struggles to finance his restaurant.

The dream of his gastronomic Mecca seems to be fading, along with hopes of a larger Serb return to Croatia.

BBC 23.09.2004

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Samo da se zna da je u slučaju Pere Kunića i sud u Strazbourgu podržao Hrvatsku politiku i pljačku srpske imovine tako što je odbio Perinu apelaciju.

Taj labinjanin obnovio je perinu kuću ukradenim materijalom sa okolnih srpskih kuća, u sudskom procesu nije priložio niti jedan jedini račun o nabavci materijala već je sud presudio samo na osnovu nalaza vještaka.

Pre nekoliko godina se slikao sa onom kurvetinom što je pred novinarima pišala po srpskim spomenicima na Kordunu, negdje imam tu sliku pa ću kad je pronađem da je postavim na ovom sajtu.

Samo radi znanja o slučaju Pere Kunića prije nekoliko godina izdali smo jednu knjigu iz koje se jasno vidi i namjera hrvatskih vlasti da protjeraju i opljačkaju Srbe i podrška međunarodne zajednice toj poilitici.

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Taj hrvat iz labina je koristio tu kucu i ostale objekte pa sad bi ga Pero Kunic trebao tuziti za rentu koju mu hrtic nije placao sve godine a koristio je njegovu imovinu i objekte!

To nema nigde u svetu, ovakva diskriminacija i nepravda, neverovatno!

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