Sustainable Development of Croatia

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Sustainable Development of Croatia
Leader Mirela Holy
Founded 29 October 2013 (2013-10-29)[1]
Headquarters Zagreb
Membership 3,500 [2]
Ideology Sustainable development
Green politics
Social progressivism
Pro-Europeanism
Political position Centre-left
International affiliation None
European affiliation European Green Party
European Parliament group The Greens–European Free Alliance
Colours Green
Seats in Sabor
2 / 151
[3]
European Parliament
1 / 11
Website
www.orah.hr
Politics of Croatia
Political parties
Elections

Sustainable Development of Croatia (Croatian: Održivi razvoj Hrvatske) or ORaH (Orah is a Croatian word for walnut) is a green and left-wing political party in Croatia.

The party was formed in 2013. Its leader is a former Minister of Environmental Protection and Nature and Social Democratic Party MP Mirela Holy. She won the seat in the Sabor as a member of Social Democratic Party from which she left after some disagreements over party leadership. On 23 July 2015 it was announced that an independent MP Mladen Novak is joining ORaH. He is a former Croatian Labourists – Labour Party member who left the party after it started negotiating to join Kukuriku coalition.

European Parliament[edit]

ORaH's MEP is Davor Škrlec.

Election In coalition with Votes won
Percentage Total seats won
Change
May 2014 None 86.806 9.42%
1 / 11
Increase1

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