Central European Evening Report: Elections in Croatia and Russia

Central European Evening Report: Elections in Croatia and Russia

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Croatia is gearing up for democratic decisions as President Zoran Milanović: announces crucial dates. On Wednesday, April 17, citizens will cast their votes to select the fresh faces for the 11th convocation of the Croatian Parliament. Additionally, on Sunday, June 9, the spotlight shifts to electing representatives for the European Parliament from Croatia. Excitement brews as the nation prepares for these significant events."

Russia's Election Weekend: Predicted Victory for President Putin: Russia braces for its election weekend, with all eyes on the presidential race. Expected to maintain his position, President Vladimir Putin faces minimal opposition. Sunday marks the day when Russian voters will likely secure Putin's continued leadership. Anticipation fills the air as the nation awaits the outcome of this pivotal event.

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