Croatian parliament survives no-confidence vote

The Croatian parliament has voted down the no-confidence vote in the government of Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor.

After a 15-hour debate 79 MPs voted against and 62 in favor of the motion, which was tabled by 58 MPs from opposition parties.

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