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In Croatia the first electoral results give the centre-right the advantage, but with fewer seats in parliament than now

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In Croatia the first electoral results give the centre-right the advantage, but with fewer seats in parliament than now

Update April 18: the center-right won the elections in Croatia, obtaining 34 percent of the votes and 60 seats in parliament, which however are not enough to have a majority.

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The Election Commission of Croatia he spread the preliminary results of the elections for the renewal of the country’s unicameral parliament, the Flavor, which were held today. With 80 percent of the votes counted, the coalition of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), the largest center-right Croatian party and the main component of the current government, would have obtained 62 seats in parliament, four fewer than it had in the completed legislature. The Flavor it has 151 in total of which 8 are reserved for the country’s ethnic minorities. To the main opposition coalition, Rivers of justiceof which the Social Democratic Party (SDP) is part, would gain 42 seats, 21 more than the current ones.

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