#366510

Anonymous

I’m not sure why you’re mentioning Tito and Tuđman.If it is about the language they used then it is perfectly normal that they used štokavski.Tito was the head of the multi-ethnic state,with a long period of absence from Yugoslavia.There is even a well known conspiracy theory about him being a Soviet based on his accent.
It is no wonder that Tuđman used štokavski either,since he was a member of the political life of Yugoslavia,whose political elite used štokavski.
Ljudevit Gaj used Croatian language prior to his switch to štokavski,which is understandable because he had a pan-Slavic agenda,and he wanted for Croats to unite with other south Slavic peoples.

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