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Gordan Struić earned his law degree (master of laws) from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law. Following his interests, he has specialized in the field of constitutional law, especially including comparative constitutional law, and parliamentary procedure. Upon completion of the postgraduate specialist university study programme "Regional Comparative Studies of Central and Southeast Europe" at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science, he has been awarded the academic title of university specialist in comparative politics (univ. spec. pol.). Currently, Gordan is an advisor in the Office of the President of the Croatian Parliament (Speaker's Office). Also, he is undertaking doctoral study at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science (the doctoral programme of Political Science).
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law, Master of laws (mag. iur.)
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science, University specialist in comparative politics (univ. spec. pol.)
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science, PhD Candidate (The doctoral programme of Political Science)
constitutional law, parliamentary law, comparative politics, political system, public administration, international relations, international law, legal history
Gordan Struić and
Medijske Studije, ISSN: 18479758, eISSN: 18485030, Pages: 70-90, Published: 2018 Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb
The author examines the normative framework for the election campaign in the Republic of Croatia, especially considering a number of regulations and the fact that there is no single electoral law. By analyzing numerous laws, other regulations and acts regulating the election campaign for parliamentary, presidential and local elections and for election of members of the European Parliament from the Republic of Croatia, the author tries to answer the question of the coherence of its normative framework. To this end, after a few general remarks about the normative framework, the author outlines a brief overview of election campaign regulation since 1990 and examines the relevant provisions. On this basis, the author concludes that the normative solutions were progressively shaped, although there is still room for their further improvement, and the initial thesis is confirmed by the fact that the normative framework for the election campaign in the Republic of Croatia is not coherent.
Gordan Struic, , Vjekoslav Bratic, and
Public Sector Economics, eISSN: 24598860, Pages: 67-92, Published: 2018 Institute of Public Finance