Within the impellers of the crucian self-determination there are descendants or admirers of Croatian separatism. Croatia split from Yugoslavia in 1991 on the grounds that, despite speaking the same language that the Serbs, differed in their alphabet, religion and history. Cambas and Colla, on the other hand, for more than 4 centuries they share the same administration, creed and official language. However, crucian nationalism emphasizes that this, like Croatia, is more prone to the free market and to the West, while the plateau is like a steeper Serbia to statism and colliding with the us. However, separatist tendencies in Santa Cruz have two major obstacles.
One, there is no foreign power that promotes their independence. While Germany and Austria pushed to the EU and the us to promote Croatian independence, all residents of Bolivia and all powers do not want to fragment this. Two, there are many crucians identified with Bolivia (particularly within indigenous communities and in Camiri, where is the black gold). International analyst original author and source of the article..