News:Argos:Nations in Transit 2008 Country Report
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Croatia made some gains in institutionalizing reform during 2007 even as more entrenched problems, such as improving the judiciary, will require longer and more diligent government efforts. The moderate-nationalist government led by Prime Minister Ivo Sanader ended its first four-year mandate with few radical moves but displayed rather stable (if slow) governmental attempts to further reform. Perhaps most significant in Sanader’s administration has been the mainstreaming of a pro-Europe reform agenda, one that few politicians or citizens would now dispute.
by Petar Doric