Marko Francišković is a journalist who can also be called essayist, economist, and anti-globalization, and euroskepticki political activist. He is also a writer who has been writing essays for years for the Catholic quarterly Zlatno Pero from Zagreb.
|Birthday||June 8, 1970|
|Parents||Jure Francišković and Graziella Francišković|
|Children||Teo Francišković, Irma Francišković, and Sven Francišković|
|Education||Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Elementary school Lovro pl. Matačića Zagreb, and Ruđer Bošković Technical School|
He is also involved in political activism as well. When he had an argument with the Minister of the Interior Ranko Ostojić in August 2013 he was hospitalized forcefully and later court ordered him to stay in the hospital for 6 months to treatment for mental illness.
After 6 months when he was discharged from hospital it was said that he was completely healthy and he never suffered from a mental disorder. He has done a lot of work on the date. He has his details on Wikipedia but only his professional details are available. He has not shared much about his personal details to the media and public.
10 Facts About Marko Francišković:
- Marko Francišković is exactly 50 years old right now.
- There is no information about his height, weight, and other various body measurements.
- He was born on June 8, 1970, in Karlovac, Croatia.
- He is of Croatian nationality who was born as well as spent most of his childhood in Croatia.
- He was born to the Croatian family and his parents are Jure Francišković and Graziella Francišković.
- There is no information about his wife right now.
- He has a total number of three children and they are named Teo Francišković, Irma Francišković, and Sven Francišković.
- He is a Croatian writer, a veteran of Croatian Homeland war of independence, and an anti-Zionist and Euroskeptic activist.
- He is active most of the time on Facebook but he has kept his account private.
- Marko attended various institutions and they are Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Elementary school Lovro pl. Matačića Zagreb, and Ruđer Bošković Technical School.