Not only those two countries but some other allied countries like Australia had provided asylum for war criminals from Yugoslavia. I can understand that Spain did it since Franco's fascist regime was in power as well as Argentina but I want to discuss about those allied countries. Yugoslavia demanded their extradition but in most cases they rejected the demand. For example Ustasha minister Andrija Artuković's extradition was rejected in 1959, 8 years after Yugoslavia had sent the request. In 1984 he was finally sent to Yugoslavia for trial at the age of 85. He found the asylum in the USA. Another example is Momčilo Đujić, chetnik commander of Dinara division. He also found the asylum in the USA and lived there till his death in 1999 at the age of 92. Number of extradition attempts was sent but none of them were successful. Even during the wars in Yugoslavia in the 90's he openly supported the ideas of Greater Serbia and killing of other ethnic groups. He held speeches in Canada and the USA to brainwash Serbian immigration there. I guess that's what you call "the freedom of speech". There are a lot of Croatian and Serbian communities in Australia and Canada today which support war criminals from Yugoslavia. There are statues of war criminals and Chetnik/Ustasha flags in Croatian and Serbian culture houses in those countries. I'd like to discuss this and hear about what people from those three countries think about this...and others too of course.