Simply, the speech of Ante Jelavic about the violation of the Constitution, about disrespect of the electoral will of the Croat voters, about pre and post electoral engineering directed by the OSCE, was glibly labeled by the spokesperson as an extremist statement. By that he yet again confirmed that the international mediators have stopped listening a long time ago to what HDZ officials say, and the very fact that they do speak out is a sin deserving a punishment.
International community's actions of that type have speeded up the decision of the political leaders of the Croats in BH to move in the direction of self-organization of the Croatian people in BH for the sake of protection of its rights and interests. This sentence will also be criticized as a statement similar to Jelavic's extremism. However, the real question is how come ninety percent of voters from the Croatian electorate persistently support that extremism. Are all of those voters extremists? If they are, what is the reason for that? The most powerful part of the international community does not seem to even care about the correct answer to this question. Even without that answer the international community can keep pushing the process in the wrong direction and continue to portray its defeats to its financiers as victories.
If the rules for the election of representatives in the Federation BH Parliament House of Nations of had not been changed, the fake peace would have probably continued, followed by apparent cooperation between domestic and foreign partners and assessments that the Dayton Agreement is being implemented, although slowly. However, when the international community opted for actions that speeded up the loss of the constituent nation status by the Croats, to which Croatian political leadership had drown attention even in the past, that was the last straw. Croats found themselves in the situation in which they were loosing their position guaranteed by the Dayton Constitution and were gradually being turned into an ethnic minority without means for the protection of its rights.
Acceptance of such a position would be humiliating both from the national and ethnic point of view. Aware of that, nine Croat parties responded by creating the Croatian National Assembly. That is the second coalition in the Federation BH, after the coalition named the Alliance for Changes, which is actually a coalition of Bosniak political parties with token presence of some Croatian electoral losers.