Kusin, Vesna. Premalo argumenata za sintermagnezit, Vjesnik, 23. lipnja 1979. Novinski isječak.
The project on construction of a sintered magnesia factory and protests by the local population in Omiš were covered extensively by several Croatian and wider Yugoslav newspapers (Borba, Večernje novosti, Večernji list, Vjesnik). Articles written by Vesna Kusin in the daily newspaper Vjesnik during that and subsequent years are particularly noteworthy. Along with demands for environmental protection, the public statements from the local population and newspaper articles also contained criticism of local and republic institutions, as well as the investor, Dalmacijacement, because of they “went behind [the people’s] back,ˮ i.e. bypassed “the principle of self-governmentˮ and the opinion of the local community in the decision-making process. An example of this is the article “Too few good reasons for sintered magnesia [‘Premalo argumenata za sintermagnezit’]ˮ published in Vjesnik on 23 June 1979. . In an interview in the newsmagazine Globus in 2015, she recall that at that time she “consistently travelled to Omiš, where the demonstrations occurred, and wrote a plethora of articles on this matter, and ultimately the plant wasn't builtˮ (Museums of Hrvatsko Zagorje, Media report 08.04.2015).
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