Croatia PM-designate vows to boost reform, bridge divisions
ZAGREB, Croatia – Croatia's prime minister-designate says his future government will work to boost economic recovery and overcome political divisions in the European Union's newest member state.
Andrej Plenkovic told lawmakers Wednesday "the government I will lead will be the government of all Croatian citizens." The 46-year-old former European Parliament member says national goals should come before political differences.
Plenkovic's Cabinet is expected to be voted into office after a parliamentary debate. The proposed government includes ministers from Plenkovic's conservative... read more
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