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'Final straw': Croatia's president accused of playing down war crimes
Once one of the most progressive voices in the country, Zoran Milanović has come under heavy criticism for a number of populist statements, culminating in the minimisation of wartime ethnically motivated murder in Zagreb.
Election pits pop singer against environmentalist... and a dead man
Milan Bandic ruled Zagreb as a personal fiefdom for 20 years until his death in March. Now, two candidates are competing against both each other and his legacy.
Green-leftist in run-off for mayor of Croatian capital Zagreb
Tomislav Tomasevic has said that Croats are sick of corruption and want change.
Why are Croatian politicians sharing photos of themselves in swimwear?
Viral photos of Croatian politicians have been circulating on social media and it's all over a rule of law dispute.
Croatia's parliament approves new government after June election
Top of the agenda for incumbent Andrej Plenković's new government is the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic on Croatia's economy, particularly its hard-hit tourism industry.
Croatia's ruling conservatives win parliamentary election
Polls had predicted a tight race but the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, emerged as the clear winner with over 90% of the votes counted.
Croatia election: Plenković seeks second mandate in tight race
Polls suggest a liberal coalition has a slight lead over the ruling Croatian Democratic Union.
Croatian Social Democrat beats incumbent president in runoff vote
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the incumbent president of Croatia, has lost Sunday's runoff election to Zoran Milanović, leader of the country's Social Democrat party.
Croatia announces presidential election to be held on December 22
The Croatian prime minister has announced that a presidential election will be held later this year.
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Croatia and the Schengen zone: find out how the country will protect its borders
Global Conversation talked to the Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic to discuss the country's achievements, the next challenges, but also the challenges of the wider region.
The week that was: ‘the measure of a man is what he does with power'
We bring you our weekly View round-up of all the hot topics driving debate across Europe and beyond over the last seven days.
World Cup: Croatian team come together for final despite painful past
Croatia's national team has been able to work together and reach the final despite not always having the easiest past.
War criminal in the Hague but still a war hero in Croatia
The suicide of a convicted war criminal has highlighted the dominance of nationalist narratives in Croatian politics and media.
Croatia refuses to ban abortion
Croatia's Constitutional Court has rejected a call to ban abortion, saying the legislation does not breach the country's constitution. However, the court urged parliament to pass new abortion legislat
Croatia's centre-right HDZ unexpectedly wins snap election
Croatia's conservative Democratic Union party (HDZ) unexpectedly wins the country's snap election, but has insufficient seats to form a government.
Croatia's Conservatives set to win most seats in parliamentary elections
The Conservative Croatian Democratic Union – or HDZ – is set to get the most seats in the country’s parliamentary elections.
Croatia votes for the second time in a year
Polls are predicting a close result and another coalition lacking a clear mandate to push through the painful cuts and restructuring being urged by European authorities.
Weary Croatians go to polls again in quest for political stability
A shifting of parties' political positions may facilitate coalition talks but voters remain sceptical it will deliver stable government?
Croatia lawmakers vote to dissolve parliament amid political crisis
Croatian lawmakers have voted to dissolve parliament, paving the way for a snap election.
Croatian government loses no-confidence vote
A snap election will be called if a new cabinet cannot be formed within 30 days.