Mladen Bajić

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Mladen Bajić (born 28 December 1950 in Split) is the former State Attorney General (Croatian: Glavni državni odvjetnik) of the Republic of Croatia.

Bajić graduated from the Faculty of Law in Split in 1975. After graduating, he worked at the District Attorney's offices in Dubrovnik and Split. He became the Deputy District Attorney in Split in 1987, advancing to District Attorney in 2001.

Bajić was named the State Attorney General in 2002, succeeding Radovan Ortynski. He was reelected twice, in 2006 and 2010, and was succeeded by Dinko Cvitan in 2014.

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Preceded by
Radovan Ortynski
State Attorney General of Croatia
8 May 2002 – 23 April 2014
Succeeded by
Dinko Cvitan