HDZ Wins Early Election in Lika-Senj County

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ZAGREB, March 11, 2019 – The Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)-led coalition won Sunday’s the early election for the Lika-Senj County Assembly with 35.4 percent of votes, according to information released by the State Election Committee on Sunday evening,

The independent slate of former HDZ member Darko Milinović was second (20.4 percent), the Croatian Party of Rights (HSP) was third (17.2 percent), the independent slate of Anto Dabo was fourth (9.8 percent) and the Independent Democratic Serb Party (SDSS) was fifth with 5.36 of the votes.

Parties that won less than five percent of the votes are the Social Democratic Party (SDP), the Živi Zid Party, the HSLS/HNS coalition and Milan Bandić’s party.

The New Lika-Senj County Assembly will have 13 members from the HDZ slate, seven from Milinović’s slate, six from the HSP slate, three from Dabo’s slate and two from the the SDSS slate.

The turnout was 51.2 percent.

The HDZ also won election for the Davor Municipal Council, while the SDP won the election for the Ogulin City Council. The independent slate of Marina Budimir won the elections in the town of Ilok.

More news about Lika-Senj County and the Lika region can be found in the Lifestyle section.


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