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The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Croatia (Croatian: Ministarstvo pravosuđa) is the ministry in the Government of Croatia which is in charge of prosecuting government cases and the administration of institutions falling within the scope of the judiciary system (courts, prisons, etc.).

Ministry of Justice
Ministarstvo pravosuđa
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Agency overview
Formed31 May 1990
JurisdictionGovernment of Croatia
HeadquartersUlica grada Vukovara 49,
Zagreb, Croatia
Employees3,342 (2015)[1]
Annual budgetDecrease[2] HRK 2.401 billion (2015)[3]
Minister responsible
Websitepravosudje.gov.hr

Contents

List of ministersEdit

Minister Party Term start Term end Days
in office
Branko Babac HDZ 28 June 1990 17 July 1991 384
Bosiljko Mišetić HDZ 2 Aug 1991 14 May 1992 286
Ivan Milas HDZ 8 June 1992 12 August 1992 65
Ivica Crnić HDZ 12 August 1992 18 May 1995 1,009
Miroslav Šeparović HDZ 18 May 1995 20 April 1998 1,068
Milan Ramljak HDZ 14 May 1998 13 Apr 1999 334
Zvonimir Šeparović HDZ 15 April 1999 27 January 2000 287
Stjepan Ivanišević SDP 27 January 2000 27 September 2001 609
Ingrid Antičević-Marinović SDP 28 September 2001 23 December 2003 816
Vesna Škare-Ožbolt DC 23 December 2003 9 February 2006 779
Ana Lovrin HDZ 10 February 2006 10 October 2008 973
Ivan Šimonović Ind. 10 October 2008 7 July 2010 635
Dražen Bošnjaković HDZ 7 July 2010 23 December 2011 534
Orsat Miljenić SDP 23 December 2011 22 January 2016 1,491
Ante Šprlje MOST 22 January 2016 27 April 2017 462
Kristian Turkalj (acting) HDZ 28 April 2017 9 June 2017 42
Dražen Bošnjaković (2nd term) HDZ 9 June 2017 Incumbent 740

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Blažević, Robert (2015): Upravna znanost, p. 284. ISBN 9789538034039
    "...(on day 19. February 2015)."
  2. ^ http://www.mfin.hr/hr/drzavni-proracun-2014-godina
  3. ^ http://www.mfin.hr/hr/drzavni-proracun-2015-godina

External linksEdit