resignation

Mesic resigns as honorary president of SABA

Former President Stjepan Mesic resigned as honorary president of the Alliance of Antifascist Fighters and Antifascists of Croatia (SABA) on Tuesday, saying he wanted to spare this organisation from the negative consequences of his statements in the early 1990s.

Petrov: Karamarko's resignation comes too late

Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister and Bridge party leader Bozo Petrov said on Tuesday, in a comment on Tomislav Karamarko's resignation as HDZ chief, that his resignation came too late, that "one man does not make a party" and that both the SDP party and the HDZ "need structural changes."

Karamarko says his resignation irrevocable, won't shift responsibility

Responding to questions from the press, Karamarko said it was not yet known what his position in the HDZ would be. "At the HDZ Presidency session, we talked about my resignation, which is irrevocable."

Karamarko resigns as HDZ chief

Tomislav Karamarko told a press conference on Tuesday that he was resigning as president of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).

HDZ secretary general says party leadership expects Karamarko's resignation

The Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) Secretary General, Domagoj Ivan Milosevic, said on Monday that most of the HDZ members expect party chief Tomislav Karamarko to resign.

Karamarko resigns as First Deputy PM

Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) chief Tomislav Karamarko on Wednesday announced that he was resigning as First Deputy Prime Minister, and once again called on Deputy Prime Minister Bozo Petrov and Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic to step down as well.

Karamarko resigns as First Deputy PM

Karamarko told a news conference in the HDZ headquarters that parliament would decide on the HDZ-sponsored motion for Oreskovic's impeachment on Thursday after which, he claims, the HDZ would start working on government reshuffle.

Bridge MP says Karamarko should have resigned earlier

Member of Parliament Miro Bulj of Bridge, a junior partner in the ruling coalition, said on Wednesday that Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) leader Tomislav Karamarko should have resigned earlier as First Deputy Prime Minister. 

Oreskovic: I won't step down and will respond to accusations in the Sabor

He underscored that the situation would be resolved in parliament. "The Sabor will decide whether there will be an election or not," he added.

Sustar not considering resignation

Science, Education and Sport Minister Predrag Sustar told reporters on Thursday, a day after supporters of the curriculum reform demanded his resignation at a string of protest rallies across the country, that he was not thinking of stepping down.

Croatia Can Do Better initiative calls for education minister's resignation

This civil society organisations making up the group called on citizens to attend the rallies set for June 1 at 6 pm to "clearly and loudly say that education is a priority for Croatian society."

Intelligence chief Lozancic resigns

Dragan Lozancic has submitted his resignation as chief of the Security and Intelligence Agency (SOA), Hina learnt from official sources on Monday.

Electronic media regulator chair resigns

The Electronic Media Council chair Mirjana Rakic, who is at the helm of the Electronic Media Agency, on Friday offered her resignation citing "unbearable pressure".

Croatian veterans affairs minister resigns from 6-day-old cabinet

Croatian Veterans Affairs Minister Mijo Crnoja resigned Thursday under pressure of scandals and a democratically dubious proposal, less than a week after the country's new cabinet took office.

Josipovic says will offer his resignation

"I am not politically dead, I have recovered," Josipovic said, expressing confidence that despite the election fiasco, there was enthusiasm in his party.