Croatian opposition candidate Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic, a NATO executive, won the presidential election in a runoff victory over incumbent Ivo Josipovic, preliminary results showed.
Kitarovic, an assistant secretary general at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization backed by the main opposition party Croatian Democratic Union, got 50.5 percent in today’s vote to 49.5 percent for Josipovic, with to 97.8 percent of polling stations reporting, the election committee in Zagreb said...
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