Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15)

0 277

Petrov says everything should be resolved in next 24 hours

At around 7pm this evening, members of the HDZ led Patriotic coalition and the SDP led Croatia is Growing coalition arrived at Most’s Zagreb headquarters to discuss the distribution of posts within a new tripartite government. The meeting came to an end at around 8.45pm without any decision on who would be given the job of Prime Minister designate. However Most’s leader Božo Petrov said everything should be resolved within the next 24 hours.

Slovenia loses dispute over Krško power plant

The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, based in Washington, has ruled in Croatia’s favor in a claim against Slovenia over failure to deliver electricity from the plant which is co-owned by the two countries. Slovenia must now pay a 40 million euros penalty. Slovenia’s prime minister Miro Cerar has said he is unpleasantly surprised by the verdict and that it will be a great burden on the country’s state budget.

Zdravko Mamić granted bail and leaves investigative custody

After spending a month in investigative custody, executive president of the Dinamo Zagreb football club, Zdravko Mamić has been released from Zagreb’s Remetinec prison on bail. Mamić told reporters that he couldn’t comment on the corruption charges brought against him, as if he did he would end up in jail again.

 

  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image