Croatia’s left faces a difficult future following the country’s European Parliament elections

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Publication Date 07/06/2014
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The coalition of the ruling Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP) came a distant second place in the country’s European Parliament elections behind the centre-right coalition led by the Croatian Democratic Union. Dejan Stjepanovic writes on the difficulties faced by the parties on the left of the political spectrum in Croatia following the elections. He argues that the dominant stories to emerge during the election were infighting in the SDP involving the country’s Prime Minister, Zoran Milanović, and the party’s general inability to tackle Croatia’s economic problems.

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