Ministry of Justice (Croatia)

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Ministry of Justice
Ministarstvo pravosuđa
Agency overview
Formed 31 May 1990
Jurisdiction Government of Croatia
Headquarters Dežmanova 6,
Zagreb, Croatia
Annual budget 2.643 billion HRK (2010)[1]
Minister responsible Dražen Bošnjaković
Website www.pravosudje.hr

The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Croatia (Croatian: Ministarstvo pravosuđa) is the ministry in the Government of Croatia which is in charge of prosecuting government cases and the administration of institutions falling within the scope of the judiciary system (courts, prisons, etc.).

List of ministers[edit]

Minister Party Term start Term end
Branko Babac 28 June 1990 17 July 1991
Bosiljko Mišetić Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 2 August 1991 14 May 1992
Ivan Milas Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 6 June 1992 12 August 1992
Ivica Crnić 12 August 1992 18 May 1995
Miroslav Šeparović Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 18 May 1995 20 April 1998
Milan Ramljak Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 14 May 1998 13 April 1999
Zvonimir Šeparović Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 15 April 1999 27 January 2000
Stjepan Ivanišević Social Democratic Party (SDP) 27 January 2000 27 September 2001
Ingrid Antičević-Marinović Social Democratic Party (SDP) 28 September 2001 23 December 2003
Vesna Škare-Ožbolt Democratic Centre (DC) 23 December 2003 9 February 2006
Ana Lovrin Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 10 February 2006 10 October 2008
Ivan Šimonović Non-party 10 October 2008 7 July 2010
Dražen Bošnjaković Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 7 July 2010 23 December 2011
Orsat Miljenić Social Democratic Party (SDP) 23 December 2011 Incumbent

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Odluka o proglašenju državnog proračuna za 2010. godinu - II. Posebni dio" (PDF) (in Croatian). Narodne novine. 2 December 2009. Retrieved 16 July 2010. 

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