|Josip Leko in July 2013.|
|9th[a] Speaker of the Croatian Parliament|
10 October 2012
|Preceded by||Boris Šprem|
19 September 1948|
Plavna, AP Vojvodina, SR Serbia FPR Yugoslavia
(now AP Vojvodina, Serbia)
|Political party||Social Democratic Party|
|Alma mater||University of Zagreb|
|^a In order counting from the 1990 parliamentary election. 19th speaker of parliament overall.|
Josip Leko (19 September 1948) is a Croatian politician and current Speaker of the Parliament of Croatia since 10 October 2012.
Leko was deputy Speaker from 23 December 2011 to 30 September 2012, when he succeeded Boris Šprem, who died in office, as interim Speaker. He had already been acting as Speaker during Šprem's absence due to cancer treatment in Houston, Texas. He was proposed as the permanent Speaker of the Parliament by the ruling coalition and was confirmed on 10 October 2012, by a vote of 123 parliamentarians out of 151.
- "Speaker of Parliament". Croatian Parliament. Retrieved 10 October 2012.
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