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Presidential inauguration in Croatia is traditionally held on 18 February each 5 years, on the St. Marko square in Zagreb, capital of Croatia, symbolically between government and parliament building.

Stjepan Mesic's first presidential inauguration

On December 10, 1999, first Croatian president Franjo Tudjman died in office, after 9 years of rule. One of the Tudjman's closest friends and political allies, Stjepan Mesic ran for president in the upcoming election, which took place on January 24 and February 7, 2000. February 18 was set as inauguration date. As Croatian authorities wanted each president to have the equal term, the same date was used for the following ceremonies.

Stjepan Mesic's second presidential inauguration

Stjepan Mesic's second inaugural ceremony took place on February 18, 2005, after his re - election.

Ivo Josipovic's first presidential inauguration

30 foreign delegations and 10 national leaders were attending the Ivo Josipovic's presidential inauguration, which took place after his win on the first (December 27) and second (January 10) presidential rounds.


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