Former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader and his conservative HDZ party have been found guilty of rigging public tenders and misuse of state funds. Sanader’s been sentenced to nine years in jail, on top of a 10 year term he is already serving. The party’s been ordered to pay back millions of euros.
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