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Josipovic calls elections

31. October 2011. | 16:59

Source: Tanjug

Croatian President Ivo Josipovic signed the decision early on Monday on calling parliamentary elections for December 4.

Croatian President Ivo Josipovic signed the decision early on Monday on calling parliamentary elections for December 4.

The decision adopted after phone consultations with leaders of the parliamentary parties will be released in the official gazette 'Narodne Novine' later in the day, thus opening the term for pre-election activities, the Croatian Radio Television reported.

After the publication of the decision, the Croatian State Election Commission will take over the electoral procedure and thus open the 14-day term during which parties need to submit their draft lists.

Late on November 2, Josipovic will address the public by a speech in which he should reflect on the current situation in the country and call on all Croatian citizens to go to polls. In addition to the 140 MPs from ten constituencies that would be represented in the seventh convocation of the Croatian parliament, voters will choose three more MPs of the Diaspora and eight minority MPs, three of them Serbs.


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