MAY 31 2009 21:14h
According to the unofficial results, the mayors will be: Zagreb – Milan Bandic, Split – Kerum, Osijek – Bubalo, Velika Gorica – Barisic.
Milan Bandic or Josip Kregar, Ranko Ostojic or Zeljko Kerum, Anto Djapic or Kresimir Bubalo, Andro Vlahusic or Dubravka Suica, Tonino Picula or Drazen Barisic.
These are the names the citizens had to choose between in the second round of the local elections. Of the ten listed names, five of them will spend the next four years ruling the largest Croatian cities – Zagreb, Split, Osijek, Dubrovnik and Velika Gorica.
The unofficial election results are as follows:
Zagreb - 601 of 601 polling stations processed
Milan Bandic 61.84 %
Josip Kregar 36.62 %
Split - 162 of 162 polling stations processed
Zeljko Kerum 56.87 %
Ranko Ostojic 40.75 %
Osijek - 110 of 110 polling stations processed
Kresimir Bubalo 63.14 %
Anto Djapic 34.45 %
Velika Gorica - 67 of 68 polling stations processed
Drazen Barisic 54.99 %
Tonino Picula 43.77 %
Dubrovnik - 58 of 58 polling stations processed
Andro Vlahusic 54.32 %
Dubravka Suica 43.87 %
Sisak - 70 of 70 polling stations processed
Dinko Pintaric 49.65 %
Davorko Vidovic 48.44 %
Vukovar - 16 of 16 polling stations processed
Zeljko Sabo 51.03 %
Damir Barna 47.61 %
Only two of the winners from the second round of the elections have had previous experience as mayor, Milan Bandic and Dinko Pintaric, whilst the rest will lead their cities for the first time.