Ivo Josipović

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Ivo Josipović
Ivo Josipović election 2009-2010.jpg
3rd President of Croatia
Assumed office
19 February 2010
Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor
Preceded by Stjepan Mesić
Member of Parliament
In office
22 December 2003 – 19 February 2010
Personal details
Born 28 Oṣù Kẹjọ 1957 (1957-08-28) (ọmọ ọdún 60)
Zagreb, PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia (now Croatia)
Political party None - Croatian president cannot be a member of political party[1]
Other political
affiliations
League of Communists (1980–1990)
Social Democratic Party (1990–1994, 2008–2010)
Spouse(s) Tatjana Josipović
Alma mater University of Zagreb
Profession Professor
Lawyer
Musician
Politician
Website predsjednik.hr

Ivo JosipovićHr-Ivo Josipović.ogg‎ Croatian pronounciation [[[:Àdàkọ:IPA-sh]]] (ojoibi 28 August 1957 ni Zagreb, PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia) ni Aare ile Kroatia lowolowo lati February 2010.[5][6][7]



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Constitution of Croatia, article 95 Àdàkọ:Hr icon
  2. Cvrtila, Marijana (14 September 2009). "Teolozi o izjavi biskupa Štambuka: Predsjednik ne treba biti katolik, nego moralna osoba". Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). Retrieved 2009-12-27. 
  3. Pavičić, Darko (29 December 2009). "Crkva: Kaptolu nisu po mjeri ni Bandić ni Josipović". Večernji list (in Croatian). Retrieved 2010-01-11. 
  4. "Za Hrvatsku u kojoj korupciji izmiče tlo pod nogama" (in Croatian). josipovic.net (Official website of the presidential candidate). 8 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-12. 
  5. "Josipović: Hvala na čestitkama! Strpimo se još malo", Jutarnji list (in Croatian), 11 January 2010 
  6. "Ivo Josipović treći hrvatski predsjednik", hrt.hr (in Croatian), Croatian Radiotelevision, 11 January 2010 
  7. Social Democrat Ivo Josipovic elected Croatia president, BBC News, 11 January 2010, retrieved 2010-02-18 .