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Cabinet of Zlatko Mateša

The Sixth Government of the Republic of Croatia (Croatian: Šesta Vlada Republike Hrvatske) was the Croatian Government cabinet led by Prime Minister Zlatko Mateša. Its members took office on 7 November 1995 by decree of President Franjo Tuđman. The cabinet was confirmed by a parliamentary vote on 28 November 1995, with 77 out of 151 Members of Parliament voting in favor. It was formed by the ruling Croatian Democratic Union, and its term ended on 27 January 2000 after the 2000 Croatian parliamentary election, with the appointment of Ivica Račan as Prime Minister. This was the first peacetime government of independent Croatia, as the Croatian War of Independence officially ended with the Erdut Agreement just days after the cabinet was appointed by the President.[1][2][3][4]

Mateša Cabinet
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6th cabinet of the Republic of Croatia
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Date formed7 November 1995
Date dissolved27 January 2000
People and organisations
Head of stateFranjo Tuđman (1995–99)
Vlatko Pavletić (Acting) (1999–2000)
Head of governmentZlatko Mateša
Deputy head of governmentIvica Kostović (1995–98)
Borislav Škegro
Jure Radić
Mate Granić
Ljerka Mintas-Hodak
No. of ministers20 (on 27 January 2000)
Total no. of ministers42 (including former members)
Member partiesCroatian Democratic Union
Status in legislatureSingle-party majority
Opposition partyCroatian Social Liberal Party
Opposition leaderDražen Budiša
History
Election(s)1995 election
Legislature term(s)1995–1999
PredecessorCabinet of Nikica Valentić
SuccessorCabinet of Ivica Račan I

List of ministers and portfoliosEdit

Some periods in the table start before the cabinet's inauguration, when the minister listed was appointed to the post in the preceding Cabinet of Nikica Valentić. The subsequent Cabinet of Ivica Račan I, formed by a broad coalition of parties that defeated the Croatian Democratic Union in the 2000 parliamentary election, kept only a single official from this cabinet, the Government secretary Jagoda Premužić.

Minister Party Portfolio Period
Zlatko Mateša HDZ Prime Minister 7 November 1995 – 27 January 2000
Božo Prka HDZ Minister of Finance 7 July 1994 – 11 September 1997
Borislav Škegro HDZ 11 September 1997 – 27 January 2000
Deputy Prime Minister 3 April 1993 – 27 January 2000
Davor Štern HDZ Minister of Economy 7 November 1995 – 14 April 1997
Nenad Porges HDZ 15 April 1997 – 27 January 2000
Božo Biškupić HDZ Minister of Culture 7 November 1995 – 27 January 2000
Gojko Šušak HDZ Minister of Defence 18 September 1991 – 3 May 1998
Pavao Miljavac HDZ 14 October 1998 – 27 January 2000
Andrija Hebrang HDZ Minister of Defence 14 May 1998 – 12 October 1998
Minister of Health 12 October 1993 – 14 May 1998
Željko Reiner HDZ Minister of Health 14 May 1998 – 27 January 2000
Matej Janković HDZ Minister of Agriculture and Forest Management 7 November 1995 – 16 December 1996
Zlatko Dominiković HDZ 16 December 1996 – 22 February 1999
Ivan Đurkić HDZ 22 February 1999 – 27 January 2000
Juraj Njavro HDZ Minister without portfolio 12 October 1993 – 19 December 1997
Minister of Veterans' Affairs 19 December 1997 – 27 January 2000
Mate Granić HDZ Deputy Prime Minister 31 July 1991 – 27 January 2000
Minister of Foreign Affairs 28 May 1993 – 27 January 2000
Ivica Mudrinić HDZ Ministry for Maritime Affairs, Transport and Communications 12 August 1992 – 5 February 1996
Željko Lužavec HDZ 5 February 1996 – 4 August 1999
Ivan Pavlović HDZ 16 August 1999 – 27 January 2000
Niko Bulić HDZ Minister of Tourism 20 May 1993 – 11 September 1997
Sergej Morsan HDZ 9 November 1997 – 15 April 1999
Ivan Herak HDZ 15 April 1999 – 27 January 2000
Miroslav Šeparović HDZ Minister of Justice 18 May 1995 – 20 April 1998
Milan Ramljak[a] HDZ 14 May 1998 – 13 April 1999
Zvonimir Šeparović HDZ 15 April 1999 – 27 January 2000
Ljilja Vokić HDZ Minister of Education and Sports 18 October 1994 – 4 March 1998
Božidar Pugelnik HDZ 4 March 1998 – 5 October 1999
Nensi Ivanišević HDZ 5 October 1999 – 27 January 2000
Ivan Jarnjak HDZ Minister of the Interior 15 April 1992 – 16 December 1996
Ivan Penić HDZ 16 December 1996 – 27 January 2000
Davorin Mlakar HDZ Minister of Public Administration 2 March 1994 – 4 March 1998
Marijan Ramušćak HDZ 4 March 1998 – 17 February 1999
Marijan Petrović HDZ Minister without portfilio 11 May 1995 – 13 November 1996
Minister for Return and Immigration 13 November 1996 – 1 June 1999
Jure Radić HDZ Deputy Prime Minister 18 October 1994 – 27 January 2000
Minister for Development and Reconstruction 18 October 1994 – 18 May 1999
Minister for Development, Immigration and Reconstruction 18 May 1999 – 27 January 2000
Marina Matulović-Dropulić HDZ Minister of Physical Planning, Construction and Housing 27 January 1995 – 16 December 1996
Marko Širac HDZ 16 December 1996 – 27 January 2000
Ivan Penić HDZ Minister of Privatisation and Property Management 27 January 1995 – 16 December 1996
Milan Kovač HDZ 16 December 1996 – 1 April 1999
Minister for Special Relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina 15 April 1999 – 27 January 2000
Ivica Kostović HDZ Deputy Prime Minister 12 October 1993 – 14 October 1998
Minister of Science and Technology 7 November 1995 – 14 October 1998
Milena Žic-Fuchs Non-party 22 February 1999 – 27 January 2000
Joso Škara HDZ Minister of Labour and Social Welfare 27 January 1995 – 27 January 2000
Ljerka Mintas-Hodak HDZ Deputy Prime Minister 7 November 1995 – 27 January 2000
Minister of European Integration 4 March 1998 – 27 January 2000
Branko Močibob HDZ Minister without portfolio 7 November 1995 – 15 May 1997
Jagoda Premužić Non-party Government secretary 3 March 1994 – 

a Also Deputy Prime Minister during the dates indicated.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Šesta vlada" (in Croatian). Croatian Information-Documentation Referral Agency. Archived from the original on 2012-10-29. Retrieved 2011-12-11.
  2. ^ "Kronologija Vlade" [Chronology of the Government] (in Croatian). Croatian Information-Documentation and Referral Agency - HIDRA. Archived from the original on 2012-02-22. Retrieved 2011-12-11.
  3. ^ "Prethodne vlade RH" [Previous governments of the Republic of Croatia] (in Croatian). Government of Croatia. Archived from the original on 2011-11-23. Retrieved 2011-12-11.
  4. ^ Sastav 6. Vlade RH Archived December 24, 2011, at the Wayback Machine

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