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Representatives from Dalmatia went to the parliament in Vienna, while the representatives of Croatia-Slavonia went to Budapest.Puppet Croatia created by Austro Hungary had to report to Budapest from 1867-1918 , That's not self governance , that's subjugation and servitude.On the other hand Serbian Vojvodina was really autonomous and self governing and didn't report to Budapest nor Vienna Croats should learn their history and stop living in fantasy land or otherwise knows as "Croatian History" Croatia created by Austro Hungary had to report to Budapest from 1867-1918 , That's not self governance , that's subjugation and servitude.On the other hand Serbian Vojvodina was really autonomous and self governing and didn't report to Budapest nor Vienna You are by far the most retarded piece of meat i have meet in my life..actually sad that you are in such mental suffering... And anyway Croatian history didn't start with that period anyway, do you seriously miss some bigger part of your brain boy? Dutchy's of Croatian Panonia and Croatian Dalmatia ? wtf are you on, have you missed the one huge part of history? S.- Still waiting an answer why is this artificial nation called Serbia which is composed of neighboring nations using Byzantium Empire Coat of Arms, Byzantiums seal and exactly same colors of the flag as the Russians?You should learn some history, people like you are embarrassment.I am embarrassed by even reading your posts, is there no school in Serbia at all?You said that the Triune Kingdom existed on some levels - on what levels exactly (especially, on what government and state-administration levels? After the Ausgleich of 1867 the Austrian Empire was divided into two parts - Cisleithania (the Austrian part) and Transleithania (the Hungarian part).
you Serbs are that stupid or you are just kidding me? This atuhentic original map of Hungary and Croatia can show us that Vojvodina is Under Hungarian rule and within Hungarian borders, and Srijem is under Croatia and within Croatian borders. The last Croatian king Peter II could shout at Gvozd: "Finis Croatiae"...
Two delegations of representatives (60-60 members), one each from the Austrian and Hungarian parliaments, met separately and voted on the expenditures of the Common Ministerial Council, giving the two governments influence in the common administration.
However, the ministers ultimately answered only to the monarch, and he had the final decision on matters of foreign and military policy.
You can't fool around with the maps from those times, now can't you?
I'd suggest you to learn some history..at least to look at maps lol.
Each half of the Dual Monarchy proved quite prepared to disrupt common operations to advance its own interests.