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30
12
2014

DIP says repeating voting at one polling station can't affect election result

The State Electoral Commission (DIP) on Tuesday stated officially that the second round of presidential elections would be held on Sunday, January 11, and that competing against one another would be the two candidates who had won the most votes in the first round on December 28 - Ivo Josipovic of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) and Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).

29
12
2014

Presidential runoff candidates can raise donations by 9 Jan

Croatian President Ivo Josipovic and his challenger Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), who will compete in the presidential runoff set for 11 January, can raise donations for their campaigns until 9 January, the State Electoral Commission (DIP) recalls.

29
12
2014

Josipovic wins 38.46% of votes, Grabar Kitarovic 37.22%

After 99.98% of ballots have been counted, Ivo Josipovic's advantage over Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic in Sunday's presidential election has been additionally reduced, and according to a report by the State Electoral Commission (DIP) at 6am on Monday, the difference now is a slim 1.24%.

28
12
2014

GONG: Presidential election took place mainly in democratic atmosphere

The non-governmental election-monitoring organisation GONG said on Sunday night that the presidential election had taken place mainly in a democratic atmosphere, with reports by citizens of the incompetence and indifference of polling committee members.

27
12
2014

Campaigning ban in place ahead of Croatia's presidential poll on Sunday

A ban on electioneering went into force at midnight on Friday and will last until 1900 hrs Sunday when polling stations close for Croatia's presidential election in which the incumbent head of state Ivo Josipovic and three challengers are competing.

22
12
2014

Candidates submit their financial reports

The State Electoral Commission (DIP) reported on Monday that all four presidential candidates in the coming election had on time submitted their reports on donations and expenses incurred during campaigning.

21
12
2014

Presidential candidates talk defence, NATO, Palestine, presidential powers

Presidential candidates Ivo Josipovic, nominated by the ruling Social Democratic Party, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, nominated by the opposition Croatian Democratic Union, Milan Kujundzic of the Alliance for Croatia and Ivan Vilibor Sincic of the Human Barrier are agreed that the president's current constitutional powers are sufficient and are against the idea to elect the president in parliament, but are divided as to Croatia's recognition of Palestine, Croatia's role in NATO's peace missions, and the direction in which the Armed Forces should develop. Hina sent the candidates the same questions, to which they replied in writing.

20
12
2014

Presidential candidates submit reports on donations, campaign costs

The campaign teams of three presidential candidates - Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Ivo Josipovic and Milan Kujundzic - have submitted to the State Election Commission preliminary reports on donations and campaign costs, while the team of Ivan Vilibor Sincic said on Saturday they would do so by the deadline which expires at midnight today.

19
12
2014

3,779,281 eligible to vote at Croatian presidential election on 28 Dec

The Public Administration Ministry said on Friday that 3,779,281 voters are eligible to vote at the presidential election to be held on 28 December.

17
12
2014

Polling booths for Croatia's presidential poll to be in 50 countries apart from Croatia

In addition to polling stations in Croatia, Croatian voters will be able to vote in the forthcoming presidential election on 28 December at 90 polling stations in 50 other countries, the State Electoral Commission (DIP) said on Wednesday.

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