Central European Evening Report: "Opposition Coalition 'Rijeke Pravde' Gathers Momentum Against HDZ in Croatia"

Central European Evening Report: "Opposition Coalition 'Rijeke Pravde' Gathers Momentum Against HDZ in Croatia"

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SDP President Peđa Grbin Launches Campaign in Rijeka, Promising Change for Croatia: At a presentation in Rijeka, SDP President Peđa Grbin launched the campaign for the coalition "Rijeke pravde" in the 8th electoral unit. Emphasizing the need for change, Grbin stated that their coalition's duty is to address Croatia's catastrophic government. With a focus on dignity for all citizens, the coalition aims for better salaries, pensions, childcare, and affordable housing. Grbin highlighted the inclusivity of their list, featuring candidates from Rijeka and surrounding areas, promising a brighter future for Croatia.

Croatian Opposition Unites Against HDZ, Proposes "Rijeke pravde" as Best Option: In a show of unity against the ruling HDZ party, various opposition leaders have come together in support of the "Rijeke pravde" coalition. Center President Ivica Puljak and HSS President Krešo Beljak emphasized the pivotal nature of the upcoming elections, presenting the coalition as the best alternative to the current government. Anka Mrak Taritaš and Dalija Orešković echoed this sentiment, underscoring the historical significance of the elections. The coalition aims to tackle clientelism, corruption, and disorder, offering a vision for a new direction in Croatian politics.

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