Branko Mikša

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Branko Mikša
Minister of Trade
In office
15 April 1992 – 12 August 1992
Prime Minister Franjo Gregurić
Preceded by Petar Kriste
Minister of Tourism and Trade
In office
12 August 1992 – 3 April 1993
Prime Minister Hrvoje Šarinić
Succeeded by Niko Bulić
Mayor of Zagreb
In office
April 1993 – March 1996
Preceded by Boris Buzančić
Succeeded by Marina Matulović-Dropulić
Personal details
Born (1947-02-13) 13 February 1947 (age 70)
Đurmanec, Yugoslavia
Political party Croatian Democratic Union
Alma mater University of Zagreb
(Faculty of Economics)

Branko Mikša is a former mayor of Zagreb, Croatia. He was a Minister of Economy (1992) and then of Tourism and Trade (1992–1993), and later the mayor of Zagreb (from April 1993 to March 1996) following the 1993 local elections.

During his tenure as mayor, the Importanne Center and a Sheraton hotel in Zagreb were built, and the Ante Starčević, Petar Preradović and King Tomislav Squares in Donji Grad were renovated. Medvedgrad, an old fortress near Sljeme underwent renovation at that time.[1]

Between 1997 and 1998, Mikša was the president of the Croatian Football Federation.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lipovac, Marijan (2005-05-12). "Napokon metropola". Vjesnik (in Croatian). Retrieved 2008-08-01. 
  2. ^ "Svi predsjednici HNS-a: Osam godina stvaranja, dvanaest godina rušenja"
Preceded by
Boris Buzančić
 
Mayor of Zagreb
1993–1996
Succeeded by
Marina Matulović-Dropulić
Preceded by
Josip Šoić
President of Croatian Football Federation
June 1997 – October 1998
Succeeded by
Vlatko Marković