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The ruling right won the early elections in Croatia

The ruling right won the early elections in Croatia

The ruling right-wing Croatian Democratic Union party leads the Social Democratic Party with 90 percent of the votes in Wednesday's parliamentary elections, according to the Croatian Election Commission. The Croatian Democratic Union Party declared victory, but did not obtain an absolute majority, so it must find a coalition partner.

In light of the partial results

The Croatian Democratic Union with three diaspora representatives won 60 seats, and the Social Democratic Party-led coalition called Ijazasaj Vuljo won 42 seats in the 151-member legislature.

In third place is Vukovar Ivan Benava The right-wing conservative Haza Mozgalom party, led by the mayor, has 14 seats.

The right-wing sovereigntist party Head (Now) exceeds the five percent parliamentary threshold by winning 11 seats, the leader of the capital, Mozimo! (Képesek Vagyunk Rá!) Green Left Alliance in 10 states, the regional party Istria Demokratikus Gülés (IDS) in 3 states, the Independent Northern Platform in 2 states, and the Fokus/Köztársaság party in 1 state.

The Croatian Parliament reserves eight states for national minorities.

Pre-election polls also predicted similar results, and most opinion polls announced the victory of the Croatian Democratic Union Party.

In order to form a government, the HDZ needs the support of 76 representatives, and the language of the balance sheet could be Haza Mozgalom. It could also have the support of minority representatives, with the exception of the three Serb representatives, because Ivan Penava, head of the Internal Movement, declared on election night: The Independent Serbian Democratic Party (SDSS) is unacceptable to them. .

Andrej PlenkovicIn his election night speech, the head of the HDZ confirmed: His party convincingly won the parliamentary elections for the third time in a row.

Tomorrow morning, we will begin forming the new parliamentary majority in order to form our third government.

Tell.

Bidja Gerbin He admitted that the results were not what he expected. The head of the Social Democratic Party did not talk about the defeat and did not congratulate the HDZ on the victory, as they had not yet given up on forming the government. Grebin said they would start negotiations with the parties that said before the elections that they would not enter into a coalition with the HDZ on Thursday, in order to find out if the words said in the campaign were true.

The Croatian Election Commission is scheduled to announce the final results on Thursday afternoon.

(MTI)

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