Cabinet of Josip Manolić

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The Cabinet of Josip Manolić was the Croatian Government cabinet announced on 24 August 1990, when previous prime minister Stjepan Mesić left Zagreb to assume the Croatian seat at the Yugoslav collective presidency following armed insurrection by ethnic Serbs. It was the 2nd cabinet of modern Croatia since the first multi-party elections, formed by the Croatian Democratic Union, and was reconstructed on 17 July 1991 in favor of a national unity government in response to the escalation of the Croatian War of Independence.[1][2][3][4]

List of ministers and portfolios[edit]

The periods in the table fall outside the cabinet's term when the minister listed served in the preceding or the subsequent cabinets.

Name Party Portfolio Period
Josip Manolić HDZ Prime Minister 24 August 1990 – 17 July 1991
Franjo Gregurić HDZ Deputy Prime Minister 8 November 1990 – 17 July 1991
Mate Babić HDZ Deputy Prime Minister 31 May – 8 November 1990
Milan Ramljak HDZ Deputy Prime Minister 31 May 1990 – 12 August 1992
Stjepan Zdunić HDZ Minister of Social Planning 31 May – 10 October 1990
Božo Udovičić HDZ Minister of Energy and Industry 31 May 1990 – 17 July 1991
Marijan Hanžeković HDZ Minister of Finance 25 July 1990 – 17 July 1991
Milan Hrnjak HDZ Minister of Construction, Housing-Communal Works, and Protection of Human Environment 31 May 1990 – 4 March 1991
Milovan Šibl HDZ Minister of Information 31 May 1990 – 4 March 1991
Hrvoje Hitrec HDZ 4 March 1991 – 17 July 1991
Zdravko Mršić HDZ Minister of Foreign Affairs 31 May – 8 November 1990
Frane Vinko Golem HDZ 8 November 1990 – 5 March 1991
Davorin Rudolf HDZ 5 March – 17 July 1991
Minister of Maritime Affairs 3 May 1991 – 17 July 1991
Martin Špegelj HDZ Minister of Defence 24 August 1990 – 2 July 1991
Šime Đodan HDZ 2 – 17 July 1991
Ivan Tarnaj HDZ Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Resources 31 May 1990 – 12 August 1992
Branko Babac HDZ Minister of Justice and Administration 28 June 1990 – 17 July 1991
Josip Božičević HDZ Minister of Transportation 25 July 1990 – 12 August 1992
Vlatko Pavletić HDZ Minister of Education, Culture and Sports 31 May 1990 – 15 April 1992
Marin Črnja HDZ Minister of Labour, Veterans and Disabled Issues 31 May 1990 – 4 March 1991
Bernardo Jurlina HDZ Minster of Labour, Social Welfare and Family 4 March 1991 – 15 April 1992
Deputy Prime Minister 31 May 1990 – 17 July 1991
Petar Kriste HDZ Minister of Commercial Exchange 24 August 1990 – 15 April 1992
Janko Vranyczany-Dobrinović HDZ Minister of Tourism 25 July 1990 – 17 July 1991
Josip Boljkovac HDZ Minister of the Interior 31 May 1990 – 2 July 1991
Onesin Cvitan HDZ 2 – 17 July 1991
Branko Bergman HDZ Minister of Water Resources 25 July 1990 – 17 July 1991
Andrija Hebrang HDZ Minister of Health 30 May 1990 – 12 August 1992
Osman Muftić HDZ Minister of Science, Technology and Informatics 30 May 1990 – 31 July 1991
Zvonimir Medvedović HDZ Minister without portfolio 24 August – 4 October 1990
Dragutin Kalogjera HDZ Minister without portfolio 31 May – 4 October 1990
Gojko Šušak HDZ Minister without portfolio 31 May 1990 – 17 July 1991
Zdravko Mršić HDZ Minister without portfolio 31 May 1990 – 17 July 1991
Vjenceslav Cvitan Government secretary 30 May 1990 – 30 June 1991

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Druga vlada" (in Croatian). Croatian Information-Documentation Referral Agency. Retrieved 2011-12-11. 
  2. ^ "Kronologija Vlade" [Chronology of the Government] (in Croatian). Croatian Information-Documentation and Referral Agency - HIDRA. Retrieved 2011-12-11. 
  3. ^ "Prethodne vlade RH" [Previous governments of the Republic of Croatia] (in Croatian). Government of Croatia. Retrieved 2011-12-11. 
  4. ^ Sastav 2. Vlade RH

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