Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) president Tomislav Karamarko said on Saturday that the HDZ’s patriotic coalition had been winning in elections for the past three years and that it had no reason to experiment.
Asked by press in Pozega if the HDZ might sign a coalition agreement with Radimir Cacic’s Reformists, Karamarko said
the HDZ had its patriotic coalition with which it had been winning for the past three years. “We have no reason to experiment. We will convincingly win this parliamentary election… I don’t believe it will be necessary to expand the coalition.”
Karamarko said he would accept President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic’s invitation to consultations on the setting of a date for the coming parliamentary election, and that the ruling coalition’s Social Democrats (SDP) and People’s Party (HNS) should too.