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Explanation: 1. "...the Croatian Parliament (Sabor) was instructed by the Croatian Constitutional Court to enact new legislation to compensate foreigners for property nationalized or confiscated during the period of Yugoslav communist rule (May 15, 1945-June 25, 1991)...
The new law, which amended twelve articles of Croatia's 1996 Restitution Act, allows for compensation to be granted not only to former property owners who had Croatian citizenship at the time the 1996 law was adopted, but also to persons who subsequently obtained Croatian citizenship, and even to foreigners, under certain conditions."
2. Act on Compensation for Property Confiscated during the Yugoslav Communist Rule