NS-Reformisti held its seat at Sabor
Last Sunday, Croatian citizens voted for their 151 members of Parliament. EDP member NS-Reformisti was running and held its seat at Sabor.
Radimir Čačić, Former Deputy Prime Minister and President of the party, was elected in the 3rd constituency. However, he preferred to stay prefect of the Varadzin region and the 2nd candidate on the list and Vice-President of the party will become Member of Parliament, Natalija Martinčević.
Commenting on the election results, Radimir Čačić said that they were a surprise compared to the polls and that there were two key reasons - low turnout and a lot of marginal mandates.
He then explained that "It is obvious that the center-left does not have the strength to take power, and that the center-right can now really become the center-right . Because Plenković, with his 66 mandates, with the support of the HNS, our support and minorities, has 76 deputies to form the government."
Citizens have placed their trust in NS-Reformisti and shouted for a clear change. This signal must be heard in these troubled periods.
Čestitke Radimiru Čačiću na osvojenom mandatu na izborima za Hrvatski sabor. Kao bivši ministar promicati će i braniti vrijednosti i načela #EuropeanDemocrats i @NS_reformisti#Izbori2020 pic.twitter.com/exHAQT6qEs— European Democrats (@PDE_EDP) July 6, 2020