Brkic says elections for new HDZ chief on 17 July, following one member-one vote principle

The election of the new Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) president will be held on July 17, following the one member-one vote principle, HDZ deputy chief Milijan Brkic said on Thursday, after a session of the HDZ National Council.

"The National Council has decided to hold an intra-party election on July 17, following the principle one member-one vote," Brkic told the press after the session. If necessary, a second election round will be held a week later.

Party members will elect only the party president and candidates for the position must, over the next ten days, collect 5,000 signatures of HDZ members supporting their candidacy.

Last update: Thu, 23/06/2016 - 18:47
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