Vladimir Seks

Seks says HDZ should withdraw motion for PM's impeachment

He said such a bottom would be reached if the PM was impeached and if no parliamentary majority could be found. "Then an election will be called, which the HDZ and Bridge rightly wish to avoid because they can't expect to achieve good results.

Seks says relations between him and Karamarko cold

Speaking in the political talk show "Nedjeljom u dva" on Croatian Television, Seks said that he would not be running for HDZ president and confirmed that he would submit his candidacy for individual party bodies.  

Seks claims isn't criminally responsible in pardon scandal

"If you look at the definition of the crime of influence peddling, then you clearly see there is no criminal responsibility here," Seks told reporters when asked if he would assume criminal responsibility for exerting influence on the Pardons Commission.

Former chair of pardons commission claims Seks's statement only reason for dismissal

Davor Derencinovic, the former chairman of President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic's Pardons Commission which she dissolved on Friday, told Hina that a statement made by the president's former adviser Vladimir Seks that he had influenced the work of the commission was the only reason why the commission was dissolved.

Presidential adviser testifies in Perkovic-Mustac trial

Vladimir Seks testified on Tuesday in the trial of ex-Yugoslav intelligence officials Josip Perkovic and Zdravko Mustac and denied having anything to do with the kidnapping of a former federal intelligence official Ivan Lasic in 1992 who is one of the main witnesses in the trial.

Advisor says President to decide on PM-designate in line with Constitution

Seks said that if the second prime minister-designate also failed to form the government or get the support of the parliament, the president would appoint a non-party interim government and call an early election.

If no majority is formed, president should call election, adviser says

"If parliament should not be formed within a foreseeable time, the functioning of the legislative authority would be blocked and paralysed.