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Croatia's main opposition party, the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, declared victory after Sunday's polls, although second-round run-off votes are to be held in the country's four biggest cities.
Campaigners for the RECOM reconciliation initiative said they had done all they could to promote a cross-regional truth committee and it was time for political leaders to act.
Croatians will elect local authorities on Sunday at polls regarded as a test for the current centre-left government halfway through its mandate.
Croatia leads the Balkans in providing the best legal environment for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people, while Macedonia offers the least protection, new research says.
Croatia's deputy prime minister said the country will keep its national currency, the kuna, and not opt for the euro until it has a sufficiently competitive economy.
A fifth corruption indictment has been filed against former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, who is already serving a ten-year jail sentence for graft.
Slovenia and Croatia top the list when it comes to corruption perceptions in the business world, according to a recent survey by Ernst & Young.
Zagreb hosted a two-day workshop for 30 young entrepreneurs from Southeast Europe, aimed at informing them of the benefits of EU enlargement in the business sector.
As Croatia readies to become the 28th EU member state in July, the customs service faces major changes.
Minister warns that more jobs will have to go in railways, the national airline and the post office, among others.
The two-day Balkan Infrastructure and Construction Summit aims to inform foreign investors of business opportunities in the region.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
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