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Cabinet of Andrej Plenkovi%C4%87
First Plenkovi? cabinet
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14th Cabinet of the Republic of Croatia
2016-2020
PM Andrej Plenkovi?.jpg
Date formed19 October 2016 (2016-10-19)
Date dissolved23 July 2020 (2020-07-23)
People and organisations
Head of stateKolinda Grabar-Kitarovi? (2016-2020)
Zoran Milanovi? (2020)
Head of governmentAndrej Plenkovi?
Deputy head of governmentDavor Bo?inovi?
Damir Krsti?evi?
Zdravko Mari?
Predrag ?tromar
No. of ministers20
Total no. of members34 (including former members)
Member partiesCroatian Democratic Union
Croatian People's Party (since June 2017)
with support from SDSS, HDS, HSLS, HDSSB, BM 365 and NS-R

Former parties:
Bridge of Independent Lists (junior coalition partner until April 2017)
Hrast (providing parliamentary support until April 2018)
Status in legislatureMinority coalition government
Opposition partySocial Democratic Party
Opposition leaderZoran Milanovi? (2016)
Davor Bernardi? (2016-2020)
Zlatko Komadina (Acting; 2020)
History
Election(s)2016 election
Legislature term(s)2016-2020
PredecessorCabinet of Tihomir Ore?kovi?
SuccessorCabinet of Andrej Plenkovi? II

The Fourteenth Government of the Republic of Croatia (Croatian: ?etrnaesta Vlada Republike Hrvatske) was the Croatian Government cabinet formed on 19 October 2016, following the 2016 election.[1] It was led by Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovi?. The cabinet was dissolved on 23 July 2020 and was succeeded by a new government presided over by Plenkovi?.

Overview

When naming the members of his own cabinet Plenkovi? chose to retain eight ministers from the then outgoing Ore?kovi? cabinet:

  • Zdravko Mari? remained Minister of Finance
  • Vlaho Orepi? remained Minister of the Interior (until 27 April 2017)
  • Ante ?prlje remained Minister of Justice (until 27 April 2017)
  • Tomislav Tolu?i? became Minister of Agriculture after serving as Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds under Ore?kovi?
  • Lovro Kuevi? remained Minister of Construction and Spatial Planning (until 9 June 2017)
  • Slaven Dobrovi? remained Minister of Environment, while getting the addition of Energy to his ministerial portfolio (until 27 April 2017)
  • Oleg Butkovi? remained Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure
  • Tomo Medved remained Minister of Croatian Veterans, which was renamed from the Ministry of Veterans' Affairs in the previous cabinet

The cabinet was originally constituted by a coalition agreement between the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) and Bridge of Independent Lists (Most) and was voted into office by the Croatian Parliament on 19 October 2016, being approved by 91 out of 151 Members of Parliament. In April 2017, however, disagreements between HDZ and MOST over the ongoing crisis involving Agrokor and the role of Finance minister Zdravko Mari? in possibly being able to avert the crisis led to the collapse of the coalition and Most's four cabinet ministers (Ivan Kova?i?, Vlaho Orepi?, Slaven Dobrovi? and Ante ?prlje) being removed from their posts by Prime Minister Plenkovi?. On 9 June 2017 HDZ agreed on a coalition with the centrist Croatian People's Party-Liberal Democrats (HNS), and a cabinet reshuffle took place, with HNS being given two ministries in the cabinet. However, only 5 of HNS' 9 MPs agreed to support the new coalition, leading to a split within the party and the expulsion of the four rebellious MPs from HNS. The new make-up of the cabinet was approved on the same day by a majority of 78 out of 151 Members of the Croatian Parliament.

Following the reshuffle of 9 June 2017, two ministers from the previous make-up were given new portfolios:

  • Lovro Kuevi?, previously serving as Minister of Construction and Spatial Planning became Minister of Public Administration
  • Tomislav ?ori?, previously serving as Minister of Labour and Pension System became Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy.

According to a regular monthly survey of political preferences conducted by Ipsos agency in November 2017, 74% of respondents thought Croatia was moving in a wrong direction, while 20% though opposite. The level of pessimism was highest since the approval of Plenkovi?'s cabinet a year earlier. According to the same survey, Government's policies were not supported by 62% of respondents, opposite to 29% who thought differently.[2]

Motions of confidence

Vote on the confirmation of the 14th Government of the Republic of Croatia
Ballot 19 October 2016
Absentees
Required majority 76 Yes votes out of 151 votes
(Absolute majority of the total number of Members of Parliament)
Yes
checkY
No
Abstentions
Sources:[3]
Vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovi?
Ballot 11 November 2017
Absentees
Required majority 76 Yes votes, Abstentions or Absentees out of 151 votes
(Absolute majority of the total number of Members of Parliament)
Yes
No
?N
Abstentions
Sources:[4]

Party breakdown

Party breakdown of cabinet ministers:

List of Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister's Office
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovi? 19 October 2016 23 July 2020 HDZ
Deputy Prime Ministers
Minister of the Interior Davor Bo?inovi? 9 June 2017 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Defence Damir Krsti?evi? 19 October 2016 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Finance Zdravko Mari? 19 October 2016 23 July 2020 Ind.(HDZ)
Minister of Construction and Spatial Planning Predrag ?tromar 9 June 2017 23 July 2020 HNS
Ministers
Minister of Agriculture Marija Vu?kovi? 22 July 2019 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Gordan Grli?-Radman 22 July 2019 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Public Administration Ivan Malenica 22 July 2019 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Justice Dra?en Bo?njakovi? 9 June 2017 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts Darko Horvat 25 May 2018 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Regional Development and EU funds Marko Pavi? 22 July 2019 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy Tomislav ?ori? 9 June 2017 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure Oleg Butkovi? 19 October 2016 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Labour and Pension System Josip Aladrovi? 22 July 2019 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Health Vili Bero? 31 January 2020 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Demographics, Family, Youth and Social Policy Vesna Bedekovi? 22 July 2019 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Croatian Veterans Tomo Medved 19 October 2016 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Science and Education Bla?enka Divjak 9 June 2017 23 July 2020 Ind.(HNS)
Minister of Culture Nina Obuljen Kor?inek 19 October 2016 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli 19 October 2016 23 July 2020 HDZ
Minister of State Property Mario Bano?i? 22 July 2019 23 July 2020 HDZ

Source:[5]

Former members

Minister Party Portfolio Period Days in office
Slaven Dobrovi? Most Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy 22 January 2016 - 27 April 2017 461
Vlaho Orepi? Most Minister of the Interior 22 January 2016 - 27 April 2017 461
Ante ?prlje Independent Minister of Justice 22 January 2016 - 27 April 2017 461
Ivan Kova?i? Most Minister of Public Administration
Deputy Prime Minister
19 October 2016 - 28 April 2017 191
Pavo Bari?i? HDZ Minister of Science and Education 19 October 2016 - 9 June 2017 233
Lovro Kuevi? HDZ Minister of Construction and Spatial Planning
Minister of Public Administration
22 January 2016 - 9 June 2017
9 June 2017 - 8 July 2019
504
759
Tomislav ?ori? HDZ Minister of Labour and Pension System 19 October 2016 - 9 June 2017 233
Davor Ivo Stier HDZ Minister of Foreign and European Affairs
Deputy Prime Minister
19 October 2016 - 12 June 2017 236
Martina Dali? HDZ Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts 19 October 2016 - 14 May 2018 572
Goran Mari? [hr; pl; ru; uk] HDZ Minister of State Property 15 November 2016 - 15 July 2019 972
Nada Murgani? HDZ Minister of Demographics, Family, Youth and Social Policy 19 October 2016 - 17 July 2019 1,001
Tomislav Tolu?i? HDZ Minister of Agriculture 19 October 2016 - 17 July 2019 1,001
Gabrijela ?alac HDZ Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds 19 October 2016 - 17 July 2019 1,001
Marko Pavi? HDZ Minister of Labour and Pension System 9 June 2017 - 17 July 2019 768
Marija Pej?inovi? Buri? HDZ Minister of Foreign and European Affairs 19 June 2017 - 17 July 2019 758
Milan Kujund?i? HDZ Minister of Health 19 October 2016 - 28 January 2020 1,186

References

  1. ^ "Pretu?ni Ore?kovi? predao vlast Plenkovi?u: "Hrvatska ima sjajnu budu?nosti" - Vijesti - Index.hr". index.hr. Retrieved .
  2. ^ http://www.index.hr/vijesti/clanak/novi-crobarometar-hdz-i-dalje-nezaustavljivo-pada-vladi-ne-vjeruje-gotovo-nitko-zivi-zid-sve-jaci/1009658.aspx
  3. ^ http://www.novilist.hr/novilist_public/Vijesti/Hrvatska/Izglasano-povjerenje-Vladi-Andreja-Plenkovica-U-Banskim-dvorima-obavljena-primopredaja-vlasti
  4. ^ http://www.novilist.hr/Vijesti/Hrvatska/Vlada-prezivjela-glasovanje-o-povjerenju-78-zastupnika-glasalo-protiv-opoziva-59-je-bilo-za
  5. ^ https://vlada.gov.hr/clanovi-vlade/66

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