Croatians elect anti-corruption president
Croatia has elected a legal expert and classical music composer as the president it hopes will lead it into the EU.
Opposition Social Democrat candidate Ivo Josipovic beat the current Mayor of Zagreb in Sunday’s ballot with just over 60 percent of the vote.
In his victory speech he told supporters:
“I strongly believe that we all want to live in a country where work is paid for and crime is punished, in a country of social justice.”