Ivan Lovrinovic

DIP says will contact Sincic, Runtic and Lovrinovic over bribery accusations

The State Election Commission (DIP) said on Tuesday that it would request Human Shield party leader Ivan Sincic, former party member Hrvoje Runtic and the leader of the Let Us Change Croatia party, Ivan Lovrinovic, to state their positions on Runtic's accusations against Human Shield in the media and that in case any irregularities were established, it would refer the case to the prosecutorial authorities.

Lovrinovic dismisses reports that his coalition pushes for inflation

A coalition made up of the Human Shield party, Franak, the Youth Action and the "Let's change Croatia" party on Saturday dismissed as "manipulation and lies" media reports that the coalition wanted more money to be printed as a way of solving economic problems in the country.

Only Option coalition presents its economic platform

Lovrinovic said that enterprises and employees would be unburdened and that interest rates that are several times higher than in competitive countries would be decreased significantly.

New political party, Let's Change Croatia, founded

A new political party, Let's Change Croatia, was founded in Zagreb on Saturday and its elected president, Ivan Lovrinovic, said its priority would be economic change.

MP: Parliament must be included in decisions on strategic property

MP Ivan Lovrinovic of the ruling Bridge party said on Friday that decisions on the sale of state property should be made by the Croatian parliament and not just by the government.

Bridge MP says there's no subsidy for newborns

Juretic said on Wednesday that in the 2016 budget there would be money for a proposal to give 1,000 euros for every newborn child, which Karamarko had been announcing throughout the election campaign.

Bridge member Lovrinovic says won't support government

Lovrinovic said that the agreement signed this evening between Bridge and the Patriotic Coalition revealed "a lack of competence, resolve and professionalism."

Pensioners' association backs Lovrinovic's idea about 2nd pillar

The association, which says that it has 279,000 members, explained that the second pillar with the compulsory contributions was run by "private bank funds whose only interest is profit and earnings without social sensitivity".

Experts against suspension of 2nd pension pillar

Some of the 12 opponents of Lovrinovic's idea are former finance minister Martina Dalic, and Sandra Svaljek, Zeljko Potocnjak, Maruska Vizek, Predrag Bejakovic and so on.

Questioning need for Const. Court motivated by will for political power without judicial control

"We would like to believe that the advocates of those ideas that are hard to understand are in fact ignorant and uninformed... However, I don't know who is more dangerous, them or the politicians who know something about the constitutional judiciary,"

Bridge leader: We're not for large-scale salary cuts

He said that there had been no concrete talks about the Croatian National Bank (HNB), adding that regarding the position of HNB governor, "Bridge is not running away from anything."

Bridge says neither Milanovic nor Karamarko should be PM-designate

Our position is that neither Mr Milanovic nor Mr Karamarko should be given the mandate to form the new government because we believe that Croatia should take a new course and this entire reform process requires a new person

Lovrinovic: MOST will ask for position of prime minister

We did not come here to play, we want a quality government to be formed and this process can last, we will not halt it, Lovrinovic said.

Bridge MP disappointed with failed attempt of new parliament

Lovrinovic claimed that it was clear that it was not Bridge that was obstructing the government's formation and the election of the chairman of the eighth legislature.

MOST official says HNB governor supports party's reforms

According to the statement, Vujcic stressed that structural reforms were necessary and that he was happy that Bridge advocated reforms, 

Lovrinovic says HDZ, SDP very interested in changes

"We regret that the two parties failed to understand the need for changes sooner. However, better late then never," Lovrinovic said after the three-hour talks. 

MOST member urges reforms, says alternative to reforms is bankruptcy

If no radical reforms are launched next year in the monetary and tax systems, public administration and public companies, the system will collapse