ZAGREB, Nov 4, 2020 – Split Mayor Andro Krstulovic Opara, 53, said on Wednesday that he would not stand for another term as mayor in local elections next May, citing his health reasons.
“After medical examinations conducted last week and after talks with my family and consultations with my doctors, I have decided to be fully committed to the struggle for my health and to spend more time with my family,” Krstulovic Opara told Hina.
He said he would continue performing his duties as a parliamentary deputy for the benefit of Split.
In late January 2018, Krstulovic Opara was diagnosed with melanoma.
Krstulovic Opara is a member of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).