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Ivić Pašalić

Ivić Pašalić
Member of Parliament (Croatia)
In office
30 May 1990 – 22 December 2003
President Franjo Tuđman (1990-1999)
Vlatko Pavletić (acting; 1990-2000)
Zlatko Tomčić (acting; 2000)
Stjepan Mesić
Prime Minister Stjepan Mesić (1990)
Josip Manolić (1990-1991)
Franjo Gregurić (1991-1992)
Hrvoje Šarinić (1992-1993)
Nikica Valentić (1993-1995)
Zlatko Mateša (1995-2000)
Ivica Račan
Personal details
Born (1960-11-03) 3 November 1960
Šuica, PR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tomislavgrad, Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia
Citizenship Bosnia and Herzegovina
Nationality Croat
Political party Nonpartisan
Other political
Croatian Bloc (2002-2009)
Croatian Democratic Union (1989-2002)
Residence Zagreb, Croatia
Alma mater University of Zagreb
University of Mostar
Occupation Entrepreneur
Profession Doctor

Ivić Pašalić (born 3 November 1960) is a Croatian politician and former prominent member of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).

Education and medical career

Pašalić was born in Šuica, Tomislavgrad. He attended high school in Zagreb and in 1980 he entered Faculty of Medicine at the University of Zagreb. He graduated in 1986 and gained masters degree at the Faculy of Medicine at the University of Mostar, where he specialised internal medicine.[1]

He started to work as a doctor in hospital in Ivanec where he worked for two years, after which he was emloyed at the Hospital for Pulmonary Diseases and TB in Klenovnik where he worked as a director as well. In 1992 he become a director of the Prison Hospital in Zagreb.[1]

Political career

Pašalić was one of the founders of the HDZ in Varaždin and Ivanec in 1989. Between 1990 and 2002 Pašalić was a member of parliament, elected as such for three terms. During the time he was president of the Executive Committee of the HDZ and member of the party's presidency. Pašalić was an advisor of the Croatian president Franjo Tuđman.[1] He was referred to as the number two man in the country.[2] In 1996, Pašalić was instrumental in the effort to suppress Radio 101.[3]

In the late 1990s, Pašalić became target of a media campaign linking him to Miroslav Kutle, Vinko Grubišić, Ninoslav Pavić and others. They allegedly entered into a series of secret partnerships which resulted in the formation a company called "Grupo" in 1996, which was influential in the early operation of Nova TV, founded in 1999.[4]

After Tuđman's death, Pašalić's reputation and influence in the HDZ was decreasing. After the defeat of HDZ at the Croatian Bloc (Hrvatski blok, "HB").[2][5] He remained a member of parliament until the end of 2003.[6] In the 2003 parliamentary elections, HB did not win any seats in the Parliament. In the 2005 presidential election, Ivić Pašalić ran as the HB candidate and finished seventh, with 1.82% of the vote.

Business career

Pašalić is owner of several firms such as Kapital Konzulting and Odra Servis.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d "Ivić Pašalić - Biografija" (in Croatian). Ž Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Mladen Pleše (2002-06-19). "Ivić Pašalić to form a new party".  
  3. ^ Stanko Borić (2007-11-23). "Jedanaest godina nezavisnosti Radija 101".  
  4. ^ "Uskok ponovo istražuje Grupo" [Uskok investigates Grupo again].  
  5. ^ a b Vlado Vurušić (2010-01-04). "Odbacili Manolića, Mesića, Pašalića, a sada i Sanadera".  
  6. ^ "Ivić Pašalić - HB". Zastupnici 4. saziva Hrvatskoga sabora (in Croatian).  
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