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Zvonimir Šeparović[pronunciation?] (born 14 September 1928) is a Croatian jurist and politician. Šeparović was a professor of Criminal Law at the University of Zagreb. He was also known as the pioneer of victimology and a vocal opponent of death penalty.
|7th Minister of Justice of Croatia|
15 April 1999 – 27 January 2000
|Prime Minister||Zlatko Mateša|
|Preceded by||Milan Ramljak|
|Succeeded by||Stjepan Ivanišević|
|4th Minister of Foreign Affairs|
31 July 1991 – 27 May 1992
|Prime Minister||Franjo Gregurić|
|Preceded by||Davorin Rudolf|
|Succeeded by||Zdenko Škrabalo|
|Born||14 September 1928|
Blato, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
|Political party||Croatian Democratic Union|
|Alma mater||University of Zagreb|
University of Ljubljana
Although he lacked any formal party or political affiliation, in 1991 he became foreign minister in the "National Government" of Franjo Gregurić. In 1992 he became the Permanent Representative of Croatia to the United Nations. He remained active in public life and did at one point become both a member of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) as well as a member of the party's Central Committee.
In 2000, he entered the presidential race as an independent candidate, opposed to the official HDZ candidate Mate Granić. He finished last and, immediately after being informed about projected results, urged his supporters to vote for Dražen Budiša in the second round.
- Zvonimir Šeparović at the "Who's who in Croatian Science", Library of the Ruđer Bošković Institute
- "Šeparović pozvao HDZ da podrži njegovu kandidaturu", Monitor.hr,, 14 January 2000.
| Minister of Foreign Affairs
| Minister of Justice
| Permanent Representative of Croatia to the United Nations
| University of Zagreb
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