President for realization of Roma integration in EU in Croatia Ana Dalipovski, who in front of the party Power of Roma of Croatia participate on forthcoming elections for European Parliament, could become the first Roma woman deputy in that European institution.
Dalipovski, who is 3rd on the list of party Power of Roma of Croatia, says that it would be significant if Roma would be represented in European Parliament because it would enable more active participation of European institutions in solving of issues of Roma position in Croatia.
Democracy and democratic rights must enable my Roma nation much larger and wider rights. These rights must leave roots foremost in European Parliament. Roma live in Europe since 15th century and this nation, after multi-century persecution and pogroms, genocide and repeated persecutions and pogroms, shouldn’t and mustn’t stay without voice. Dalipovski said that European Parliament will benefit if representatives of Roma nation are going to be in its deputy chairs.