MOST starts negotiations with SDP on judiciary, entrepreneuship

Negotiations between the Social Democratic Party (SDP)-led coalition Croatia Is Growing and the Bridge (MOST) party of independent slates, which emerged third in the Croatian parliamentary election on 8 November, regarding the judiciary and entrepreneurship started in the the SDP headquarters in Zagreb on Tuesday.

A five-member Bridge team is led by Tomislav Panenic and it also includes Juro Martinovic, Ivica Misic, Jasna Makinic and Dario Cehic. The coalition's negotiating team is comprised of Branko Grcic, Orsat Miljenic and Sinisa Hajdas-Doncic of the SDP, Ivan Vrdoljak of the Croatian People's Party (HNS) and Nansi Tireli of the Labour Party.

Party chiefs are not taking part in the negotiations and SDP leader and Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic only briefly greeted the participants in the meeting at the beginning.

The leader of the Reformist Party, Radimir Cacic, also arrived in the SDP headquarters and told the press that he came to give his support to the Croatia Is Growing coalition to form the government. He added, however, that should the Croatia Is Growing coalition fail to muster enough seats in parliament to form the government, his Reformist Party would support the Patriotic Coalition.

Last update: Tue, 17/11/2015 - 13:40
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