Croatia Today(08:00)

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A month after parliamentary elections, Croatia remains without a government

Most want to form a grand coalition that would implement a list of economic reforms. It would have a non-partisan prime minister and a rotation system for the positions of first deputy prime minister and parliamentary speaker. Most’s leader Božo Petrov announced yesterday that if by Monday only one coalition remained ready to cooperate, then Most would continue to work with them, with the hope that the other one would agree to a tripartite coalition later on.

Croatia’s technical government to hold cabinet session

There are five points on the agenda. Among them is the approval of funds from budgetary reserves for two ministries and for the State administration for Protection and Rescue to help cover the cost of the migrant flow through Croatia. Also a loan agreement between the Croatian Motorways company and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for the financial restructuring of the Croatian motorways company should be adopted.

Dinamo Zagreb bows out of this season’s Champions League

Dinamo lost to Bayern Munich last night in Zagreb’s Maksimir stadium. The score was 2:nil. Despite the loss, Dinamo’s trainer Zoran Mamić was satisfied with his team’s performance, saying that it should serve as the foundation for the future.

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