“Two parliamentary boards backed Boris Vujcic to lead Croatia’s central bank for another six-year term, ending days of uncertainty over who would head the authority after his first term expired on Sunday.

Vujcic’s candidacy still needs to be approved on Friday by lawmakers in parliament, where the ruling coalition controls a majority. While Vujcic will stay on the job, ruling-party lawmakers are seeking to replace one of his deputy governors and three vice-governors.” (Bloomberg)