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Croatian Democratic Union 1990

Croatian Democratic Union 1990

Hrvatska demokratska zajednica 1990
PresidentIlija Cvitanović
FounderBožo Ljubić
Founded16 April 2006
Split fromCroatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina
HeadquartersKneza Branimira 2
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
IdeologyChristian democracy[1]
Conservatism[1]
Croatian nationalism[1]
Federalism[2]
Pro-Europeanism
Political positionCentre-right[3] to right-wing
European affiliationEuropean People's Party (observer)
International affiliationInternational Democrat Union
HoR BiH
0 / 42
HoP BiH
0 / 15
HoR FBiH
2 / 98
HoP FBiH
0 / 58
Assembly of RS
0 / 83
Website
hdz1990.org

The Croatian Democratic Union 1990 (Croatian: Hrvatska demokratska zajednica 1990; abbr. HDZ 1990) is a political party of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It split from the Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is led by Ilija Cvitanović. In 2006, it was the leading member of the Croats Together (Hrvatsko zajedništvo) coalition.

On 12 September 2014, the HDZ 1990 was admitted as an observer member to the European People's Party.[4]

Elections

Parliamentary elections

Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Year # Popular vote HoR Seat change HoP Seat change Government
2006 7th 52,686
2 / 42
Steady
2 / 15
Steady government
2010 8th 50,071
2 / 42
Steady
1 / 15
Decrease 1 opposition
2014 9th 40,113
1 / 42
Decrease 1
1 / 15
Steady opposition
2018 14th 28,962
0 / 42
Decrease 1
0 / 15
Decrease 1 non-parliamentary

Presidency elections

Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Election year # Candidate Votes % Representing Elected?
2006 3rd Božo Ljubić 53,325 18.2% Croats No
2010 3rd Martin Raguž 60,266 10.84% Croats No
2014 2nd Martin Raguž 94,695 38.61% Croats No
2018 3rd Diana Zelenika 25,890 6.04% Croats No

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Nordsieck, Wolfram (2018). "Bosnia-Herzegovina". Parties and Elections in Europe. Retrieved 11 October 2018.
  2. ^ http://m.pogled.ba/clanak/hdz-1990-predlaze-da-bih-bude-uredjena-od-cetiri-regije/81083
  3. ^ Nardelli, Alberto; Dzidic, Denis; Jukic, Elvira (8 October 2014). "Bosnia and Herzegovina: the world's most complicated system of government?". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 October 2018.
  4. ^ "EPP concerned over actions of radical Islamic militant groups and over latest political developments in Romania; welcomes five new member parties". European People's Party. 12 September 2014. Archived from the original on 13 April 2015. Retrieved 14 September 2014.

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