In Croatia, the conservative Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) was on track to win the most seats in Parliamentary elections, but it won't be able to rule on their own. It would pave the way for another coalition government in the European Union's newest member state. With more than half of the ballots counted, Croatia's state election authorities said early today that the HDZ, have won 62 seats in the 151-seat parliament, while rival left-leaning People's Coalition won 53.

Third-placed are kingmakers Most, or Bridge, with 12 seats. Although incomplete, the results are not expected to change dramatically until the full count later today. If confirmed, the results will present a major success for the HDZ party, which also led the previous right-wing government that collapsed in June after less than six months in power, triggering the worst political turmoil in the country since it joined the EU in 2013.

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