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Exiting Croatian President to Return to His Day Job

ivo-josipovicCroatian President Ivo Josipović will return to his day job once his mandate ends next month, the President’s Office confirmed yesterday…

Josipović (57), who was ousted in Sunday’s elections by Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, will return to the job he done before he became Croatia’s President in 2010 – a Criminal Procedural Law lecturer at Zagreb’s Law University. Josipović’s mandate ends on 19 February.


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