Comments made by Croatian ex-PM and SDP Chief Zoran Milanović, during a meeting with the Veteran Union, caused controversy throughout the West Balkans and sparked a media frenzy.
Secretly taped conversations between former Croatian PM and Social Democratic Party (SDP) Chief Zoran Milanović and Veteran Union members was released to the public by the Croatian daily newspaper Jutarnji List, and sent shockwaves of outrage and anger across the West Balkans.
Croatia Ready For Early Parliamentary Election – By Saturday, August 13, the deadline for applying for the early elections in Croatia had passed, paving the way for the start of the “official election campaign”.
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Recently, the President of Croatia announced an early parliamentary election to take place September 11, thus ending one of the worst political crisis in the nation’s history.
President of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, announced today that the early parliamentary elections will be held on September 11.
Yesterday, Tomislav Karamarko resigned from the position of President of Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), a right-wing party that won the most MPs in 2015 parliamentary election.
Today, Croatian MPs voted for the dissolution of Sabor (Croatian Parliament) on July 15. The motion for the dissolution passed overwhelmingly with 137 votes in favor, two votes against and with one MP who abstained from voting.
Yesterday, Sabor (Croatian parliament) accepted the motion for a vote of no-confidence to the Prime Minister, Tihomir Orešković with 125 votes for, 15 against and 2 MPs that abstained from voting.
MPs in Montenegro Assembly (parliament) will vote on a resolution to the debate surrounding the support of Montenegro’s membership of NATO, today.
On June 2, people flooded the streets of 13 cities in Croatia as well as the capital city Zagreb in a mass protest in favor of the education reform.