PM Milanovic votes in parliamentary election

Croatian Prime Minister and Social Democratic Party (SDP) leader Zoran Milanovic and his wife Sanja on Sunday morning cast their ballots at a polling station in downtown Zagreb, with Milanovic calling on citizens who had not voted in parliamentary elections yet to fulfill their obligation.

"People, you know how important this is. These are the most important elections in the last four years, everything before that was just a game. This is the real thing," Milanovic said, hoping for a good turnout.

Asked how he intended to spend the day, Milanovic said that he would meet with his associates "because there is work to be done even today".

Last update: Sun, 08/11/2015 - 14:36

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