Croatian ruling party wins polls but not a majority

Updated April 18 2024 - 8:55pm, first published 8:53pm
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has invited parties that are not "exclusive" for coalition talks. (AP PHOTO)
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has invited parties that are not "exclusive" for coalition talks. (AP PHOTO)

Croatia's long-dominant ruling HDZ party are preparing for difficult talks to form a coalition after winning a parliamentary election without a majority, and with a far-right party as potential kingmakers.

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