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Members of the
Croatian Parliament
1990–1992 (List, Election)
1992–1995 (List, Election)
1995–1999 (List, Election)
2000–2003 (List, Election)
2003–2007 (List, Election)
2008–2011 (List, Election)
2011– (List, Election)

The 7th assembly of the Croatian Parliament was constituted on 22 December 2011. It came into existence following the December 2011 parliamentary election and consists of 151 representatives elected from 10 geographical and two special electoral districts.

Parliamentary officials[edit]

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The Speaker of the Croatian Parliament (or President) is Boris Šprem, member of the Social Democratic Party of Croatia.[1]

Vice presidents of Sabor are Josip Leko (SDP), Nenad Stazić (SDP), Milorad Batinić (SDP), Tomislav Čuljak (HDZ) and Željko Reiner (HDZ).[2]

Jadranka Kosor and Vladimir Šeks, two HDZ's vice presidents, were removed from their posts on 12 June 2012 during a session of HDZ's presidency and replaced by Čuljak and Reiner.[3]

Composition[edit]

On the basis of the parliamentary election of 2011, the composition of the Sabor as of December 2011 is as follows:

By parliamentary club[edit]

Party December
2011
Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP) 61[4]
Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 47[4]
Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats (HNS) 15[5]
National minority club 8
Croatian Labourists - Labour Party (Laburisti) 6
Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja (HDSSB) 6
Istrian Democratic Assembly (IDS) 3
Croatian Party of Pensioners (HSU) 3
Independent Democratic Serb Party (SDSS) 3
Non-Inscrits TBA[4]
Total 151

By political party[edit]

Party December
2011
Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP) 60
Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) 45
Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats (HNS) 14
Croatian Labourists - Labour Party (Laburisti) 6
Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja (HDSSB) 6
Istrian Democratic Assembly (IDS) 3
Croatian Party of Pensioners (HSU) 3
Independent Democratic Serb Party (SDSS) 3
Croatian Civic Party (HGS) 2
Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević (HSP-AS) 1
Croatian Peasant Party (HSS) 1
Democratic Centre (DC) 0
Bosniak Democratic Party of Croatia (BDSH) 1
Independents 6
Total 151

MPs by party[edit]

Party Name Constituency
Social Democratic Party of Croatia (60) Ingrid Antičević-Marinović District 9
Vedran Babić District 2
Arsen Bauk
Josip Benčić District 7
Davor Bernardić District 1
Biljana Borzan District 4
Nada Čavlović-Smiljanec
Luka Denona District 7
Igor Dragovan
Vesna Fabijančić-Križanić
Gvozden Srećko Flego
Peđa Grbin
Branko Grčić
Mario Habek
Siniša Hajdaš-Dončić
Domagoj Hajduković
Mirela Holy
Tonka Ivčević
Tihomir Jakovina
Nadica Jelaš
Ivo Jelušić
Romana Jerković
Željko Jovanović
Marin Jurjević
Željko Kolar
Zlatko Komadina
Ana Devčić-Komparić
Ante Kotromanović
Darko Ledinski
Josip Leko
Šime Lučin
Marija Lugarić
Gordan Maras
Damir Mateljan
Marina Merzel-Lovrić
Neven Mimica
Zoran Milanović
Mario Moharić
Daniel Mondekar
Mirando Mrsić
Zvonimir Mršić
Milanka Opačić
Rajko Ostojić
Ranko Ostojić
Tonino Picula
Igor Rađenović
Zdravko Ronko
Željko Sabo
Tomislav Saucha
Gordana Sobol
Nenad Stazić
Tatjana Šimac-Bonačić
Boris Šprem
Damir Tornić
Franko Vidović
Tanja Vrbat
Josip Vuković
Dragica Zgrebec
Mihael Zmajlović
Tomislav Žagar
Croatian Democratic Union (44) Branko Bačić
Martina Banić
Josip Borić
Davor Božinović
Milijan Brkić
Petar Čobanković
Tomislav Čuljak
Martina Dalić
Josip Đakić
Ilija Filipović
Sunčana Glavak
Tomislav Ivić
Gordan Jandroković
Perica Jelečević
Milan Jurković
Božidar Kalmeta
Tomislav Karamarko
Jadranka Kosor
Damir Krstičević
Ante Kulušić
Branko Kutija
Franjo Lucić
Dujomir Marasović
Danijel Marušić
Frano Matušić
Jasen Mesić
Zvonko Milas
Stjepan Milinković
Darko Milinović
Ivan Domagoj Milošević
Davorin Mlakar
Goran Pauk
Andrej Plenković
Đuro Popijač
Željko Reiner
Josip Salapić
Ante Sanader
Davor Ivo Stier
Đurđica Sumrak
Ivan Šantek
Vladimir Šeks
Ivan Šuker
Miroslav Tuđman
Branko Vukelić
Croatian People's Party (14) Petar Baranović
Milorad Batinić
Goran Beus-Richembergh
Vladimir Bilek Special representative of the Czech and Slovak minorities
Boris Blažeković
Radimir Čačić
Srđan Gjurković
Sonja Konig
Natalija Martinčević
Vesna Pusić
Jozo Radoš
Anđelko Topolovec
Nada Turina-Đurić
Ivan Vrdoljak
Croatian Labourists – Labour Party (6) Dragutin Lesar
Mladen Novak
Nansi Tireli
Zlatko Tušak
Branko Vukšić
Nikola Vuljanić
Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja (6) Krešimir Bubalo
Dinko Burić
Ivan Drmić
Dražen Đurović
Boro Grubišić
Vladimir Šišljagić
Istrian Democratic Assembly (3) Valter Boljunčić
Ivan Jakovčić
Damir Kajin
Croatian Party of Pensioners (3) Višnja Fortuna
Silvano Hrelja
Željko Šemper
Independent Democratic Serb Party (3) Milorad Pupovac Special representative of the Serb minority
Vojislav Stanimirović Special representative of the Serb minority
Jovo Vuković Special representative of the Serb minority
Croatian Civic Party (2) Nevenka Bečić
Željko Kerum
Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević (1) Ruža Tomašić
Croatian Peasant Party (1) Josip Friščić
Democratic Centre (1) Vesna Škare-Ožbolt
Bosniak Democratic Party of Croatia (1) Nedžad Hodžić Special representative of the Bosniak and four other minorities
Independents (6) Jakša Beloević Elected on the list of Ivan Grubišić
Ivan Grubišić Elected on the list of Ivan Grubišić
Veljko Kajtazi Special representative of Roma and eleven other minorities; member of the HNS club[6]
Josip Kregar Elected on Kukuriku District 1 list, in SDP quota.
Furio Radin Special representative of the Italian minority
Deneš Šoja Special representative of the Hungarian minority

Changes[edit]

Note that a number of MPs who are high-ranking members of parties in the ruling coalition were subsequently appointed to various ministerial and governmental positions, while others continued to serve as city mayors. In such cases they are required by Croatian law to put their parliamentary mandate on hiatus for the duration of their other term of office and in the meantime their seats are then taken by a party-appointed replacement MP. Those replacements are not documented here. The table below only lists changes which affected party seat totals in the 7th Sabor.[7][8]

Date Constituency Gain Loss Note
22 December 2011 6th district HDZ DC Vesna Škare-Ožbolt of DC was replaced by Ivana Roksandić of HDZ
30 May 2012 4th district HDSSB HDZ Josip Salapić left HDZ and joined HDSSB
3 January 2013 8th district Independent IDS Damir Kajin expelled from IDS
19 April 2013 5th district Independent HDZ Jadranka Kosor expelled from HDZ
23 July 2013 10yh district Independent Independent Jakša Baloević left IL Ivan Grubišić
21 June 2013 6th district Independent SDP Mirela Holy expelled from SDP
25 November 2013 6th district ORaH Independent Mirela Holy founded ORaH
18 February 2014 6th district DC HDZ Vesna Škare-Ožbolt mandate suspension ended
11 March 2014 3rd district Independent HNS Natalija Martinčević expelled from HNS-LD

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Predsjednik Hrvatskog sabora" (in Croatian). Croatian Parliament. 22 December 2011. Retrieved 24 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Potpredsjednici Hrvatskog sabora" (in Croatian). Croatian Parliament. 22 December 2011. Retrieved 24 December 2011. 
  3. ^ Grubišić, Petar (12 June 2012). "Predsjedništvo HDZ-a smijenilo Jadranku Kosor i Vladimira Šeksa". Večernji list (in Croatian). Retrieved 12 June 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c Hrvatski sabor
  5. ^ Hrvatski sabor - Klub zastupnika Hrvatske narodne stranke - liberalnih demokrata
  6. ^ "Stranke - Kajtazi pristupa klubu HNS-a" (in Croatian). 2011-12-19. Retrieved 2011-12-29. 
  7. ^ Tea Romić (23 December 2011). "Potpredsjednici Hrvatskog sabora Kosor i Šeks položili prisegu" [Croatian Sabor deputy speakers sworn in]. Večernji list (in Croatian). Retrieved 25 December 2011. 
  8. ^ "Dormant Mandates". Sabor. Retrieved 25 December 2011.