Croatian Democratic Union 1990
|Founded||16 April 2006|
|Split from||Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Headquarters||Kneza Branimira 2|
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
|European affiliation||European People's Party (observer)|
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The Croatian Democratic Union 1990 (Croatian: Hrvatska demokratska zajednica 1990 or HDZ 1990) is a political party of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It split from the Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is led by Ilija Cvitanović. In the 2006 it was the leading member of the Croats Together (Hrvatsko Zajedništvo) coalition.
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