Wow, nothing is ever easy in Croatia. It appears to me that Croatia needs strong democratic leaders who will work together and carry out the will of the people. What if that never happens? Or if it doesn’t in the next four years? I am somewhat stunned by this news. Hugs, Barbara
Around 61.12 percent of 3.8 million eligible voters cast their ballots in Sunday 8 November general election in Croatia.
As I thought in one of my recent articles, neither of the two “big” political camps in Croatia (which divide Croatia into communist nostalgics/centre-left and independent Croatia loving cenre-right) won enough parliamentary seats to form a government outright- in the 151 seat parliament 76 are needed to form a majority government. In fact, the difference in results is almost insignificant leaving Croatia politically and ideologically divided (between centre-left and centre-right) to the point where economic progress and optimal politico-moral harmony are becoming more and more a feat impossible to achieve in one lifetime, at least.
The conservative Croatian Democratic Union/HDZ led coalition won 56…
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