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Coalition partners back prime minister's nominees to replace Martina Dalić as economy minister and deputy prime minister. Agrokor's crisis manager meets with representatives of the concern's suppliers. The "People decide" civil initiative says it is on schedule to collect the required number of signatures to force a referendum on the election law.
Prime Minister picks Darko Horvat for economy minister, replacing Martina Dalić in the wake of her resignation last week. Agrokor's suppliers having second thoughts about settlement. Coach Zlatko Dalić picks Croatia's Russia 2018 World Cup line-up.
Agrokor's administrators fire back at Franck, deny settlement is in jeopardy. Health minister tells HINA new health care bill will take pressure off of hospitals by providing specialist care at local clinics. Dinamo celebrates 19th national championship title.
Some 15 thousand right to life activists march in annual Walk for Life in Zagreb, Split, and Rijeka. Franck says Agrokor's special management breaking the law. National football championship ends with Dinamo first, Rijeka second and Hajduk third.
President receives intelligence report on Dalić emails. Opposition lawmakers stage walkout after majority votes down two Agrokor related bills. Croatia takes over chairmanship of the Council of Europe.
New emails show prime minister involved in Lex Agrokor negotiations. Opposition again calls for snap elections. PM attends meeting on EU expansion in Bulgaria.
Corruption and organized crime prosecutors looking into minister's emails as part of Agrokor probe. SDP and Živi Zid call for snap elections in wake of email affair. SDP loses longtime MP who opposes Bernardić's leadership.
HDZ's coalition partners say the government remains stable. SDP say Prime Minister Plenković should resign over Dalić email scandal. President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović opens a Croatian consulate in Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Martina Dalić resigns over Agrokor email scandal. Opposition says Dalić's resignation is proof of wrong-doing and call for early elections. President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović says she continues to support the government in restructuring the Agrokor concern.
HDZ commemorates 96th anniversary of Tuđman's birth. 'People Decide' citizens' initiative begins collecting signatures. Respects paid to Croatian war hero Rudolf Perešin.