Croatian parliament endorses cabinet reshuffle.

By bne IntelliNews January 3, 2011
Croatia's parliament approved the cabinet reshuffle, proposed by PM Jadranka Kosor, news agency HINA reported. Kosor replaced the ministers of finance, construction, defence and culture and established a new deputy PM position in charge of investments. The new finance minister is Martina Dalic, replacing Ivan Suker. Branko Bacic took over the construction minister position from Marina Matulovic-Dropulic. Davor Bozinovic replaced Branko Vukelic as defence minister. The new culture minister is Jasen Mesic, succeeding Bozo Biskupic. Investments minister Domagoj Milosevic was elected deputy PM in charge of investments. The parliament also approved the appointment of foreign minister Gordan Jandrokovic and agriculture minister Petar Cobankovic as deputy PMs, thus raising their number to six.

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