Review Hari Stefanatos
During his visit to the southern city of Dubrovnik on Sunday, Croatian Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, denied claims that he was planning a government reshuffle, stressing that the scandal surrounding fired Assistant Finance Minister, Branko Segon, has further strengthened his cabinet.
He reassured the croatian public that the government is functioning well and that no additional dissonant voices exist within it.
When asked by journalists whether he will proceed to more purges in the leadership, Milanovic replied that Croatia is not a Soviet Union, to add that the government is team that I lead. Our work continues.