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In Croatia approved a new government

The deputies of the Sabor (Parliament) of Croatia after two days of debate, approved a new government headed by Prime Minister and leader of the ruling Croatian democratic Union (HDZ) Andrew Plenkovich.

The President of Croatia until his election, the leader of the largest opposition Social democratic party (SDP) Zoran Milanovic on July 16 handed the leader of the winning in the parliamentary elections, the CDU Prime Minister the mandate to form a new government. However, at the ceremony of investiture of the new Cabinet the head of state on Wednesday and Thursday refused to go, citing respect for the authority of the legislative Assembly.

The analyst evaluated the results of the elections in Croatia

The victory of the Croatian democratic Union (HDZ, HDZ) Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovich in the parliamentary elections means that citizens do not want to gain more radical right-wing politicians, said to RIA Novosti chief analyst at administration of the President of Croatia in 2011-2014, doctor of political Sciences Dejan Jovic.

In Croatia, the Sunday elections to the Sabor (Parliament) of the country. According to preliminary data GEEK c 99.96% of places for voting, the center-right CDU receives 66 mandates, the "Reset" at the head of the opposition Social democratic party close to President Zoran Milanović, 41 mandate right "Patriotic movement" of the singer and businessman Miroslav Skoro - 16 mandates.

The head who lost the elections in Croatia of the party resigned

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.

Party Prime Minister of Croatia receives 66 mandates in the parliamentary elections

The ruling party "Croatian democratic Union" (HDZ) Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovich is leading in the elections to the Parliament with 66 seats (out of 151), reported the State electoral Commission (GIK) after processing the data from 97.59% of the plots.

The head of the government has declared the night a victory to his party and promised Monday to actively work in the economy, health care, strengthening democracy and institutions, promote human rights and minorities.

The Prime Minister of Croatia proclaimed the victory of the ruling party in the elections

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.

In the party of the President of Croatia dissatisfied with the outcome of the election according to exit-polling

The party is close to Croatian President Zoran Milanovic dissatisfied with the election results according to exit poll, according to which wins the parliamentary elections the ruling party "Croatian democratic Union" (HDZ) Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovich.

The electoral Commission has registered 3.85 million voters who voted at nearly 7 thousand polling stations in the country and abroad. For protection from COVID-19 came to the sections and members of the commissions with observers wore masks and disinfecting hands, when you will have used a disposable pen. To 16.30 (17.30 GMT) on plots came 34,04% of the population. This is less than in the parliamentary elections of 2016, when up to 16.30 voted of 37.68% of the voters.

Party Prime Minister of Croatia is leading in the parliamentary elections

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.

In Croatia polling stations closed for parliamentary elections

In Croatia closed stations on election of deputies of the Sabor (Parliament) of the country, voting took place without violations, reported the State electoral Commission (GIK) of Croatia.

The electoral Commission has registered 3.85 million voters who voted at nearly 7 thousand polling stations in the country and abroad. For protection from COVID-19 came to the sections and members of the commissions with observers wore masks and disinfecting hands, when you will have used a disposable pen. To 16.30 (17.30 GMT) on plots came 34,04% of the population, this is less than in the parliamentary elections of 2016, when up to 16.30 voted of 37.68% of the voters.

Elections in Croatia will not solve the contradictions in the country, the analyst believes

Elections to the Sabor (Parliament) of Croatia, the main competitors are the President and Prime Minister of the party, will not solve the accumulated contradictions in the country and its issues with neighbors, said RIA Novosti Director of the International Institute for the study of the Middle East and the Balkans (IFIMES) Ziad Becirovic

The state election Commission has registered 3.85 million voters who vote in almost seven thousand polling stations in the country and abroad. Stations are open from 7.00 am (8.00 am GMT) and 19.00 (20.00 GMT) on Sunday, the first results of the GIC will report after 21.00 (22.00 MSK).

Croatia has opened the polls for parliamentary elections

In Croatia opened polling stations for elections of deputies of the Sabor (Parliament), reported the State electoral Commission (GIK) in the country.

The electoral Commission has registered 3.85 million voters who will vote for almost seven thousand polling stations in the country and abroad, where voting began on Saturday. Croatia's constitutional court on Friday ruled that all citizens of the country, including cases COVID-19 shall be provided the opportunity to vote. Identified patients will vote via their relatives who are on the threshold of the house or apartment will give the ballot to the members of the outreach Committee.

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