in response to Ailsa's Travel theme - HISTORY
Temple of Augustus at...
... Forum square
Analysts say a snap election in September may not solve the political impasse that has prevented Croatia getting a stable government capable of carrying out reforms needed to fix fragile public finances and improve the investment climate.
Neither the main conservative HDZ party - which called a no-confidence vote - nor the biggest opposition party, the Social Democrats, are likely to win an absolute majority.
"Another hung parliament is a distinct possibility ... potentially spelling prolonged political instability in Croatia," the IHS analysis company said.