Croatia’s Parliament to vote on non-confidence motion

Croatian parliament is to vote on the non-confidence motion against the government of Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor, local media report.

The vote of no confidence is initiated by 58 MPs with the opposition. The vote should be backed by 77 out of the 153 MPs at the Croatian government.

The opposition accuses the government of the bad economic situation in the country, the lack of reforms and the low public trust.

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