8 July 2002 The governing coalition collapses after months of tensions, amid signs of deep rifts within the country’s second-largest party. ZAGREB, Croatia–Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan resigned on the morning of 28 June, bringing down the government he had headed over the past two and a half years. The immediate cause was a disagreement […]

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