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els conservadors de l'oposició afirmen HDZ victòria en les eleccions Croàcia




Croatia’s opposition conservatives have declared victory in parliamentary elections – early, partial results indicate that the HDZ party is set to win around 60 seats, with more than 50 for the ruling alliance led by the Social Democrats.

Tot i això, HDZ s’enfronta ara a un repte per formar un govern, i ara s’espera que els conservadors entri en converses per formar una coalició.

“The victory brought us responsibility to lead our country, which is in a difficult situation,” HDZ leader Tomislav Karamarko told supporters.

“Whoever wants to fight with us for the quality of life in Croatia is welcome.”

The third force in the election – an alliance of independent candidates known as Most (Bridge) – is expected to claim around 19 seats. However, Most announced before the vote that  it would not join either main coalition, so if the exit poll does reflects the actual result, there are likely to be uncertain times ahead for Croatia.

The two alliances have promised different approaches on how to handle the arrival of more refugees and migrants – the migration crisis was one of the main issues of the election, with more than 320,000 migrants having passed through Croatia already this year, with the country having become a transit hub for migrants, many from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, who want to travel north.

El primer ministre croat, Zoran Milanovic, i els seus socialdemòcrates (SDP) havien obtingut l’aprovació per tractar amb compassió la crisi dels refugiats, mentre que Karamarko ha suggerit l’ús de tropes per reduir el nombre d’arribades.


In Croatia, unemployment is at 15.4% – el tercer més alt de la Unió Europea, after Greece and Spain, youth unemployment is at 43.1% – also the third-highest in the EU and the country has suffered six years of recession.

The election was Croatia’s first since it joined the EU in 2013.

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