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HDZ meets to address presidential election and dissenters within the party. Unions demand Sabor call their referendum on limiting the retirement age to 65. Court receIves more than 2 and a half thousand claims in Uljanik bankruptcy case.
Unions demand referendum on changes to pension law. Production begins at 3rd of May shipyard. Mario Mandžukić set to leave Italian club Juventus.
Croatian Social Liberal party votes to stay in the ruling coalition despite flap with Serb minority party. Traditional Vinkovci Autumn Festival gets underway in the eastern Croatian town. Petra Martić proves tricky opponent, but loses to Karolina Pliskova in Zhengzhou Open final.
Parents of children with disabilities protest shortage of teaching aides in schools. Živi zid proposes legislation that would probe deeper into the assets of public officials. Petra Martić advances to final of Zhenzhou Open.
Unions and government strike pay hike deal for health care workers. Croatia opens new military training center in Udbina. Most backs Miroslav Škoro for president.
Health Minister says an agreement in principle has been reached with unions. MOST Party to back Miroslav Škoro at presidential elections. State Statistics Bureau says unemployment in July stood at 6.8 percent. Istra commemorates 1943 decision on reunification with Croatia.
Finance Ministry report indicates GDP growth in first six months of 2019 stands at roughly three percent. Croatia strongly condemns unveiling of statue to Italian fascist leader in Trieste. Prime Minister Andrej Plenković receives representatives from the Croat minority in Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
Prime minister announces GDP growth of three percent. Trial begins for former PM's chief of staff. Zadar passenger port declared port of the year.
Prime Minister says coalition is stable, despite turbulence involving Serb minority party. Health care workers unhappy with 7% raise offer; talks to resume on Friday. Government proposes tougher sentences for domestic abusers and sex offenders.
Government reaches deal with health care workers. Shipyard workers in Rijeka receive overdue salaries. Serb minority leader undecided on party's status within ruling coalition.