The head who lost the elections in Croatia, the largest opposition Social democratic party Davor of Bernardi resigned.
In Croatia, the Sunday elections to the Sabor (Parliament) of the country. The ruling party "Croatian democratic Union" (HDZ) Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovich is leading in the elections, contrary to the results of sociological studies that pointed to the uncertain outcome of the will or a slight advantage PSD.
The Prime Minister of Croatia Andrey Plenkovich proclaimed the victory of the ruling party "Croatian democratic Union" (CDU) in the recent elections to the Sabor (Parliament) of the country and noted that prior to her leadership faces major challenges.
On Sunday, Croatia held parliamentary elections. According to the electoral Commission after processing 89,41% of the plots, the center-right CDU receives 69 mandateto (out of 151), "Reset", headed by the Social democratic party close to President Zoran Milanovic, 42 mandate, "Domestic movement" of the singer and businessman Miroslav Skoro – 15 mandates.
The ruling Croatian democratic Union (HDZ) Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovich is leading in the parliamentary elections, according to results of the exit poll of research company Ipsos.
According to the exit poll, the center-right CDU party gets 61 seats, the "Reset" (Restart coalition), headed by the Social democratic party close to President Zoran Milanovic, has 44 mandate "Patriotic movement" of the singer and businessman Miroslav Skoro - 16 mandates for them is the other blocks and parties.
The Croat-Hungarian border open to the free movement of citizens of both countries on Friday morning, said the head of the Hungarian foreign Minister Peter Siyyarto.
According to the Minister, the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban and the head of the government of Croatia Andrey Plenkovich Tuesday during a telephone conversation discussed a number of topics, including the opening of the border. Szijjártó noted that earlier it was decided to open Hungary's borders with Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Serbia. The opening of borders does not adversely affect the spread of the coronavirus.