The ALDE member party Pametno from Croatia has presented together with Unija Kvarnera a joint list of candidates and kicked-off their campaign for the European elections.
The list is headed by Ivica Puljak, a Professor of Physics at University of Split who actively participated in the discovery of the Higgs boson. He is followed by the former Ombudsperson for Children, Ivana Milas Klarić.
During the kick-off, Pametno President Marijana Puljak underlined the importance of an advanced and open Croatia that participates in the construction of the present and future of Europe:
“Our policy is to advocate for an advanced and open Croatia where every man will have a real chance to realise his potential and work. In every country, in every state, human capital must be the most important, and the every citizen must be enabled to develop their potential in society freely,” she said.
Ivica Puljak called for active and participating citizens: “That's why we need you. Not only your voice, but your power, energy, will and enthusiasm. These choices are an opportunity to actively engage in the construction of a new Croatia in Europe that we will all be proud of. We want it and we can also ask for your trust.”