Croatia: First Year Of Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic Presidency

Croatia, the War, and the Future

Kolinda Grabar-KItarovic President of CroatiaKolinda Grabar-KItarovic
President of Croatia

When in November 2014 Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic drove her stake into the election campaign and candidacy for the president of Croatia she had five central points to her program and election promises. She was the victorious candidate albeit not by a sweeping margin but a solid one nevertheless. Her inauguration as President of Croatia was on 15 February 2015. So what has been achieved with the five central election promises in her first year as president? Here’s a brief analysis:

First Point:Calling of an extraordinary meeting of the Government due to the weak social and economic state in Croatia. “We need to create favourable conditions for economic development with the aim of opening new jobs,” she said.

Not much has been achieved on this point, but if anything could summarise the events it’s the constant rejection to accept and work with president Grabar-Kitarovic…

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