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30. 9. 2014.
Leko says his two-day visit to Bosnia fruitful

Josip Leko (archive photo by FAH/Slivar-Dominić)Orašje - Croatian Parliament Speaker Josip Leko said on Tuesday that his tour of the Posavina area of northern Bosnia and Herzegovina was "interesting, fruitful and instructive".

"I hope that our hosts in Bosnia and Herzegovina are satisfied with our principled position on good-neighbourly and friendly relations and partnership," Leko said in Orasje at the end of his two-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina during which he had stopped in Tuzla, Brčko, Odžak and Domaljevac.

He reiterated Croatia's support to Bosnia-Herzegovina's European Union membership aspirations. (Hina)

30. 9. 2014.
Croatian Parliament Speaker: Corridor 5C to improve development prospects for Odžak

Odžak - Croatian Parliament Speaker Josip Leko said in Odžak, northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, on Monday that the transport corridor 5C would improve development prospects for that region, announcing participation in developing projects designed to protect the area of Odžak from natural disasters such as floods that recently hit the Bosnian Sava River Valley region.

30. 9. 2014.
Croatia to consider assisting flood-hit areas in Bosnia's Posavina region
Domaljevac-Šamac - Speaker of the Croatian Parliament, Josip Leko, who is currently on a two-day visit to neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina, said on Tuesday that Croatia would consider the possibility of providing assistance to municipalities in the country's northern Posavina region which were severely hit by recent floods.
29. 9. 2014.
Sabor Speaker meets Tuzla Croats

Tuzla - Local Croats in the northeastern Bosnian city of Tuzla said during a meeting with Croatian Parliament Speaker Josip Leko on Monday that they were committed to contributing to Bosnia and Herzegovina's development and that they wanted to live there on an equal footing with the other two constituent peoples, the Bosniaks and the Serbs.

29. 9. 2014.
Leko says Brčko District example of tolerance, coexistence

Brčko - Croatian Parliament President Josip Leko said on Monday that Brčko District in the northeast of Bosnia and Herzegovina served as an example of peaceful coexistence, announcing that he would advise Croatian business people to invest there.

Distribution of mandates in the Croatian Parliament

Croatian Parliament is composed of 151 active mandates, 25 are terminated and 32 in the state of the suspension of the term of office.

There are 138 Members of Parliament with a term of office within 15 parliamentary parties and 13 independent Members of Parliament. Mandates are distributed as follows:

Social Democratic Party of Croatia (56), Croatian Democratic Union (41), Croatian People’s Party – Liberal Democrats (12), Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja (7), Croatian Labourists – Labour Party (5), Croatian Party of Pensioners (4), Independent Democratic Serbian Party (3), Istrian Democratic Assembly (2), Croatian Civic Party (2), Bosnian Democratic Party of Croatia (1), Croatian Peasant Party (1), Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević (1), Democratic Center (1), Croatian Sustainable Development (OraH, 1) and New Wave - Development Party (1).

Among the Independent MPs, eight of them are members of MP clubs: Josip Kregar in SDP (Social Democratic Party of Croatia), Veljko Kajtazi in HNS (Croatian People’s Party – Liberal Democrats), Furio Radin in Deputy Club of Istrian Democratic Assembly and Independent MP Furio Radin, Jadranka Kosor in Deputy Club of Independent MP Jadranka Kosor and HGS (Croatian Civic Party), Petar Baranović and Natalija Martinčević in Deputy Club of the Democratic Centre, New Wave and Independent MPs Petar Baranović and Natalija Martinčević and Slavko Linić and Branko Vukšić in Deputy Club of Slavko Linić and Branko Vukšić, Independent MPs and Nedžad Hodžić, Bosnian Democratic Party of Croatia.

Among 151 Members of Parliament 8 are representatives of national minorities.

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Pursuant to articles 216 and 224 of the Croatian Parliament’s Standing Orders, Speaker of Parliament Josip Leko convoked the Parliament for the 14th session scheduled to take place on 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26 September, 1, 2 and 3 October 2014.

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