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10
2015

How to register to vote outside of your place of residence

If you will be outside of your place of residence (in Zagreb) on election day, contact by phone or email the Office for General Administration by Wednesday October 28 on any working day during the working hours of the office, or on Saturday October 24 anytime from 8:00-14:00. Nadležni uredi u Republici Hrvatskoj će na dan 28. listopada 2015. godine zaprimati zahtjeve do 16.00 sati. The appropriate offices in the Republic of Croatia will be accepting applications on October 28 until 16:00.

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02
2015

Ruling coalition without agreement on election bill

An attempt by the ruling coalition parties to come up with a joint proposal for new rules in parliamentary elections has definitely fallen through so the senior partner in the coalition, the Social Democratic Party (SDP), on Wednesday sent its own bill of amendments to the law on parliamentary elections.

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01
2015

DIP reports Grabar Kitarovic winner of Croatia's presidential vote

The winner of Croatia's presidential election, Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic garnered 50.74% of the vote, that is 1,114,945 ballots, while the incumbent president Ivo Josipovic won 49.26% (1,082,436 ballots), the State Electoral Commission (DIP) reported on Monday after a repeated vote at a polling station in Karlovac on Sunday.

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01
2015

Invalid ballots indicate reluctance of voters to back either option offered

Sunday's presidential runoff in Croatia was marked by a high turnout as well as by a very high number of invalid ballots which analysts interpret as a statement by part of the electorate that they do not support either of the two political options offered.

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01
2015

Croatia's first woman president wins 50.74 pct of votes

The winner of Croatia's presidential election on Sunday, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, has won 50.74% of the vote, while outgoing President Ivo Josipovic has won 49.26%, according to the results from 99.98% of polling stations, the State Election Commission said on Monday.