That is not the future of our country, of Zagreb and our children, said Škoro, who will be in the mayoral runoff with Tomislav Tomašević of the We Can! platform, who has won 45% of the vote in Sunday’s elections.
Škoro said he was confident that he would show in the runoff that there was enough sense and intelligence “so that we can unmask in a well-argued debate what is called the green-left coalition.”
“That’s neither green nor only left-wing. That’s first and foremost and above all extremely left-wing, and it will be stopped in the runoff.”
Škoro said that despite the big job ahead, he was sure that with faith in God and His help, Zagreb would have a new mayor in two weeks who was not from any green or left coalition but a person who would continue the city’s tradition and all that contemporary democracy was in the current world.
He said that in just one year of its existence, the Homeland Movement had achieved enormous results, leaving behind the two major parties, the HDZ and the SDP, in many municipalities and cities, including in Zagreb.
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