Cabinet of Ivica Račan I

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The first Cabinet of Prime Minister Ivica Račan was the Croatian Government cabinet announced on 27 January 2000. It was the 7th cabinet of Croatia, and its term ended on 30 July 2002, when it was reconstructed and replaced by Cabinet of Ivica Račan II. The cabinet was formed following the 2000 parliamentary elections, in which the centre-right party Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) was defeated by a broad coalition of several centre-left parties. This marked an end to HDZ's dominance in Croatian politics which began in the early 1990s. However, the period under Prime Minister Račan was marred with constant disagreements among coalition members, which later led to some parties leaving the ruling coalition, and ultimately paved the way for HDZ's return to power in the 2003 parliamentary elections.

Parties included in the government:

List of ministers and portfolios[edit]

Minister Party Portfolio Period
Ivica Račan SDP Prime Minister 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Goran Granić HSLS Deputy Prime Minister 27 January 2000 – 21 March 2002
Dražen Budiša HSLS Deputy Prime Minister 21 March 2002 – 30 July 2002
Željka Antunović SDP Deputy Prime Minister 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Slavko Linić SDP Deputy Prime Minister 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Ana Stavljenić-Rukavina Non-party Minister of Health 27 January 2000 – 23 October 2001
Andro Vlahušić HNS 22 November 2001 – 23 December 2003
Davorko Vidović SDP Minister of Labour and Social Welfare 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Mato Crkvenac SDP Minister of Finance 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Antun Vujić SDP Minister of Culture 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Božidar Pankretić HSS Minister of Agriculture and Forest Management 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Ivica Pančić SDP Minister of Veterans' Affairs 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Tonino Picula SDP Minister of Foreign Affairs 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Ivan Jakovčić IDS Minister of European Integration 27 January 2000 – 21 June 2001
Neven Mimica SDP 28 September 2001 – 23 December 2003
Alojz Tušek HSLS Ministry for Maritime Affairs, Transport and Communications 27 January 2000 – 21 March 2002
Mario Kovač HSLS 21 March 2002 – 30 July 2002
Pave Župan-Rusković SDP Minister of Tourism 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Jozo Radoš HSLS Minister of Defence 27 January 2000 – 5 July 2002
Stjepan Ivanišević SDP Minister of Justice, Public Administration and Local Self-government 27 January 2000 – 27 September 2001
Ingrid Antičević-Marinovć SDP 28 September 2001 – 23 December 2003
Božo Kovačević HSLS Minister of Environmental Protection and Physical Planning 27 January 2000 – 18 July 2003
Radimir Čačić HNS Minister of Public Works, Construction and Reconstruction 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Hrvoje Kraljević HSLS Minister of Science and Technology 27 January 2000 – 30 July 2002
Vladimir Strugar HSS Minister of Education and Sports 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Šime Lučin SDP Minister of the Interior 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003
Goranko Fižulić HSLS Minister of Economy 27 January 2000 – 21 March 2002
Hrvoje Vojković HSLS 21 March 2002 – 30 July 2002
Željko Pecek HSS Minister for Crafts, Small and Mid-sized Entrepreneurship 27 January 2000 – 23 December 2003

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