ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia, the European Union's newest member, will hold a presidential election on Dec. 28, a government spokesman told Reuters on Wednesday.
Incumbent Ivo Josipovic, supported by the ruling Social Democrats, is seen as a frontrunner for the largely ceremonial post even though the government's failure to halt economic decline has eroded the party's popularity.
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