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Ana Lovrin

Ana Lovrin
Minister of Justice
In office
10 February 2006 – 10 October 2008
Prime Minister Ivo Sanader
Preceded by Vesna Škare-Ožbolt
Succeeded by Ivan Šimonović
Personal details
Born (1953-12-02) 2 December 1953
Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia
Political party Croatian Democratic Union
Alma mater University of Zagreb

Ana Lovrin (born 2 December 1953), is a Croatian politician. She held the post of Minister of Justice in the first and second cabinets under Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, from February 2006 to October 2008.

Lovrin was born in Zagreb and graduated from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law. A member of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) since 1993, Lovrin held several party and political posts in the city of Zadar, where she was deputy mayor under Božidar Kalmeta. After Kalmeta was appointed Minister in December 2003, she became mayor of Zadar. That same year she was also appointed chairman of Zadar HDZ, member of the Zadar County HDZ, and was made member of the HDZ central committee. In February 2006 she was also appointed minister, replacing Vesna Škare-Ožbolt, and continued to hold the post until October 2008 when she was replaced by a non-party minister Ivan Šimonović.

She was also elected to the 5th and 6th assembly of the Croatian Parliament, and currently serves as chairman of the parliamentary justice committee.[1]

Lovrin is married and a mother of four daughters.

References

  1. ^ "Hrvatski sabor - Ana Lovrin" (in Croatian).  

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Political offices
Preceded by
Božidar Kalmeta
Mayor of Zadar
2003–2005
Succeeded by
Živko Kolega
Preceded by
Vesna Škare-Ožbolt
000000Minister of Justice000000
2006–2008
Succeeded by
Ivan Šimonović
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