Croatia's Parliament (Sabor) unanimously ratified the EU Accession Treaty on 9 March, fulfilling the last step towards full membership.
All 136 legislators present at the session voted in favour of the ratification of the treaty, reiterating full political commitment of the country to its EU future.
The ratification of the treaty was delayed awaiting the ruling of the Constitutional Court on results of EU accession referendum which took place on 22 January, when more than 66% of p...
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