10th Croatian Parliament dissolved

Zagreb - After nearly four years, the 10th Croatian Parliament was dissolved on Thursday, with a unanimous decision of 143 votes in favor of dissolution.

"I wish you the best of luck;," Speaker Gordan Jandroković said, addressing the lawmakers.

The decision to dissolve the parliament, which was initially convened on 22 July 2020, came shortly after the rejection of an opposition proposal for dissolution, approximately15 days ago.

The next step lies with the President Zoran Milanović, who will determine the exact date for the election of the new, 11th Parliament, which will take place in April or May.

Author: Hina