Višeslav Raos

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    Croatia’s fallen Orešković government was a messy but healthy experiment in democracy

Croatia’s fallen Orešković government was a messy but healthy experiment in democracy

The Croatian government collapsed earlier this month, with new elections expected by September. As Višeslav Raos writes, the hung parliament that emerged from the last elections in November 2015 resulted in a decidedly unorthodox government coming to power, headed by an independent PM and two Vice-PMs from two different parties. He argues that this episode indicates that Croatia is no longer […]

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    Croatia is set for an unusually tight race in the second round of its presidential election

Croatia is set for an unusually tight race in the second round of its presidential election

On 11 January, Croatia will hold a second round of voting to elect the country’s next President. Višeslav Raos provides a comprehensive preview of the vote, noting that the elections are expected to give a clear indication of how the country’s upcoming parliamentary elections might go later in the year.

On 11 January, Croatian voters will decide whether the country’s […]

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