Dragan Lozancic

Petrov: President has to prove claims about Lozancic or retract them

You cannot accuse someone without presenting clear evidence because that casts a big slur on someone like Mr Lozancic who perhaps may not be guilty.

Ostojic says prosecutor's office must investigate president's allegations

Ostojic recalled that the Prosecutor's Office had promptly investigated allegations that he, in his capacity of interior minister, had ordered illegal surveilling of Bridge party chief Bozo Petrov...

HDZ ready to support inquiry commission on Lozancic

HDZ's partner in government, the Bridge party, however, seems disinclined to an inquiry commission.

Milanovic: President could be summoned by parl. commission over Lozancic case

"She should not be surprised if parliament summons her to explain her allegations, because the burden of providing evidence is on her and not on Lozancic," Milanovic told the press 

Labour Party wants commission of inquiry to investigate president's allegations against Lozancic

Tomislav Koncevski of the Labour party asked in parliament on Friday that a commission of inquiry be set up to investigate allegations made by President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic that former...

PM says Lozancic will not be his adviser

Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic has said that former head of the Security and Intelligence Agency (SOA) Dragan Lozancic will not be his adviser or work in the government, adding however that...

Opposition leader: President's conduct frivolous and irresponsible

Social Democratic Party (SDP) leader Zoran Milanovic on Thursday commented on his Facebook profile that "Mrs Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic's behaviour is frivolous and irresponsible."

Dilber: PM overstepped authority if he offered ex-SOA chief advisory post

Grabar-Kitarovic decided to relieve Lozancic as SOA chief in late January, saying that he had breached the Security and Intelligence System Act and no longer enjoyed her trust. Oreskovic co-signed...

Grabar-Kitarovic: Ex-SOA chief was Milanovic's personal intelligence officer

President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, speaking in a television interview on Wednesday, accused former Security and Intelligence Agency (SOA) chief Dragan Lozancic of having served as a "personal...

Intelligence chief Lozancic resigns

Dragan Lozancic has submitted his resignation as chief of the Security and Intelligence Agency (SOA), Hina learnt from official sources on Monday.

President, PM confirm they have still not agreed on new SOA chief

Grabar-Kitarovic signed a decision that SOA chief Dragan Lozancic be relieved of duty in early February, citing violation of the Security-Intelligence System Act and forwarding her decision to the...

Annual report on SOA not endorsed by parl. committee

The Croatian Parliament's Domestic Policy and National Security Committee did not endorse the annual report on the work of the Security and Intelligence Agency (SOA) on Thursday.

PM says will focus on intelligence agency chief next week

Croatian Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic said in Brussels on Friday evening that he would deal with the issue of the Security and Intelligence Agency chief next week.

Majority on parl. committee doesn't want discussion on SOA chief

Strenja Linic thus backed down from the request she made on behalf of Bridge MPs last week, when she justified Bridge's support to the appointment of SDP MP Ranko Ostojic as Committee chair, ......

FM: No mention of Hasanbegovic, Lozancic in Munich

Foreign Minister Miro Kovac has said that during his talks at a Munich security conference there was no mention of Culture Minister Zlatko Hasanbegovic, whose resignation has been demanded by the...