“. ”. New Borders and Anomalies in the Balkans. Roundtable: Croatia’s Diaspora Constituency Tihana Bartulac-Blanc Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow National Endowment for Democracy November 14 and December 11, 2007.
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New Borders and Anomalies in the Balkans
Roundtable: Croatia’s Diaspora Constituency
Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow
National Endowment for Democracy
November 14 and December 11, 2007
The views expressed in this presentation represent the opinions and analysis of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment of Democracy or its staff.
Act on the Election of Representatives to the Croatian Parliament, Art. 41
Stjepan Mesic (Coalition) 65.93%
Jadranka Kosor (HDZ) 34.07%
Stjepan Mesic (Coalition)17.44%
Jadranka Kosor (HDZ) 82.56%
Votes without Diaspora
Seats without Diaspora
You Tube: Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Minister of Foreign Affairs
“HDZ will continue to insist on constitutional rights of Croatian citizens residing abroad, including their active and passive voting right in the parliamentary and presidential elections.”
You Tube: Zoran Milanovic, SDP President