European Elections Results: Croatia (HDZ 4, SDP 4, Others 4)

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At 7 pm, polling stations across Croatia closed. At 11.30 pm, the State Electoral Commission announced the results after 93% of precincts have been counted.

HDZ (centre-right, EPP) 23.04% – 4 seats

SDP (centre-left, PES) 18.46% -4 seats

Croatian Soverenists (right-wing) 8.35% – 1 seat

Mislav Kolakušić (independent) 7.73% – 1 seat

Živi Zid (populists) 5.77% – 1 seat

Amsterdam Coalition (left-liberal) 5.48% – 1 seat

Turnout: 29.57%

Slightly more than 3.8 million Croatian voters in the country and abroad were eligible to vote in elections in which Croatian deputies have been elected to represent Croatia in the European Parliament in the next five years.

A total of 396 candidates on 33 slates were vying for the 12 seats in the European Parliament allocated to Croatia. Thirty-one slates are party and coalition slates while two are independent slates. Of the 12 deputies to be elected, 11 will go to Brussels immediately after the elections while the 12th will go after Great Britain leaves the EU.

The nongovernmental election monitoring organisation GONG stated on Sunday, that it voting was proceeding in order at polling stations throughout Croatia for the election of 11 Croatian deputies to the European Parliament, that there was a small number of complaints from voters, and the majority of them referred to the breach of the ban of electioneering.

During the voting on Sunday morning, this NGO received reports from several voters about the violation of the ban on campaigning by political parties and candidates during the voting process.

More news about elections can be found in the Politics section.


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