HDZ Mayoral Candidate in Split is Party Branch Chief Vice Mihanović

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Mihanović, 48, the head of the Port of Split, succeeded Petar Škorić at the helm of the HDZ branch in Split during intra-party elections held in late November.

The incumbent mayor of Split, HDZ official Andro Krstulovic Opara, 53, said in early November that he would not stand for another term as mayor in local elections next May, citing his health reasons. In late January 2018, Krstulovic Opara, was diagnosed with melanoma.

A press release issued by the local HDZ party on Tuesday quoted Mihanović as saying that he would be a mayor who would live for Split and who would not allow divisions among residents based on their place of birth.

“If you want a showman in the post of mayor, do not vote for me. If you seek a bookkeeper or tradesman, pick other candidates. If you want a man with a penchant for ideology and World War Two, do not count on me,” Mihanović said, adding that he offers a concrete and feasible agenda for the City of Split.


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