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Croatia's HDZ Strikes New Coalition Deal

Croatia's HDZ strikes new coalition deal
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has nominated seven new ministers after striking a coalition deal wth the left-leaning Croatian People's Party (HNS). 
The parliament is due to vote on the nominations on June 9, in a critical ballot for Plenkovic, whose Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) led government has hung in the balance since losing its coalition partner, the Bridge of Independent Lists (Most) in April. He currently looks likely to win backing from the parliament with support from a mixed bag of MPs from smaller parties; failure to do so would most likely lead to another snap election. 
HDZ leader Plenkovic announced the names of the new ministers late on June 8 following a party presidency meeting, and the signing of a coalition deal with the acting president of the HNS, Predrag Stromar. 
The HNS will take two seats in the cabinet, with Stromar becoming construction minister and deputy prime minister while another HNS MP, Blazenka Divjak, will be education minister.
Meanwhile, HDZ MP Drazen Bosnjakovic will be appointed as justice minister, while current Construction Minister Lovro Kusevic will become the new minister of administration, and HDZ’s Davor Bozinovic will be the new interior minister. Current Labour Minister Tomislav Coric will move to head the energy ministry, while Marko Pavic will replace him as labour minister.
The HDZ currently has 61 MPs in the 151-seat parliament, meaning Plenkovic needs the support of 15 MPs from other parties for his appointments to be confirmed. Local media reports suggested that Plenkovic’s new ministers are expected to attract support from 79-81 MPs in 151-seat parliament. 
The HNS has nine MPs but four of them refused to support a coalition with the conservative HDZ. The party’s presidency initially refused to endorse the coalition talks, prompting the resignation of its leader Ivan Vrdoljak, before making an abrupt u-turn the following day to strike a deal with the HDZ. 
Vladimir Bilek, MP for Croatia’s Czech and Slovak minorities, told reporters late on June 8 that minority MPs continues to support Plenkovic’s government. There are eight minority MPs in the Croatian parliament.
Croatian Pensioners Party (HSU) leader and its only MP Silvano Hrelja said after holding a meeting with Plenkovic that his possible support for the government would be decided by members of the HSU's central bodies whom he would contact overnight.
The president of the Istrian Democratic Party (IDS), Boris Miletic, declared his support for the HNS's leadership committee’s decision on June 7. The IDS has three MPs.