Category Archives: Croatian politics and elections

News: TV Interview with Croatian MEP Željana Zovko

Croatian Member of the European Parliament Željana Zovko, of the ruling HDZ party, recently gave an extensive interview to the Poteštat programme on the Televizija Jadran channel. The interview has been made available on her website with English subtitles. This … Continue reading

Posted in Bleiburg, Covid-19/Coronavirus, Croatia and the EU, Croatia's Foreign Relations, Croatian politics and elections, Croats in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Economy

Comment: Bleiburg – A Way Forward

By Brian Gallagher This year marks the 75th anniversary of what is known in Croatia as the Bleiburg Tragedy. This was when thousands of Croatian troops who fought with the Nazi puppet Independent State of Croatia (NDH), who had surrendered … Continue reading

Posted in Bleiburg, Croatian politics and elections, History

News: Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlić Radman Online Today

Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlić Radman will be on the European People’s Party Facebook page today at 1900 CET, 1800 BST. Their page is here.

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Croatian politics and elections

Croatian Parliamentary Elections 2015

This Sunday sees parliamentary elections being held in Croatia. We will give some coverage on Sunday via our twitter feed, and hope to bring the results to you as soon as we can. Opinion polls are claimining its too close … Continue reading

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Croatian Presidential Elections 2015 – Round 2

Tomorrow sees round two of the Presidential Elections. It will be a straight fight between incumbent SDP supported Ivo Josipovic and HDZ supported Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic. The results should be known in the evening, not too long after polls close. Keep … Continue reading

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Croatian Presidential Elections 2014

Croatia goes to the polls today to elect a President. There are four candidates: Ivo Josipović – incumbent, nominated by the Social Democrat Party – the main party of the current government) Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović – candidate of the main opposition party the Croatian … Continue reading

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Croatia finally joins the EU

By CBR Editor Brian Gallagher 1 July saw the accession of Croatia to the European Union. There are number of aspects to think about: benefits, what the EU expects and the EU’s view of Croatia as some kind of example … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Croatian politics and elections, Yugosphere - Why it does not exist