The run down:
1. The HDZ won the most Parliament seats (61 as of the time this article was written)
2. That number does not include votes counted from areas outside Croatia. And traditionally, the diaspora tends to be more conservative. Thus, the HDZ will probably be gaining more seats.
3. While it looks like the HDZ is the victorious party, it isn't a runaway victory. As the SDP increased their presence by 20 seats. Earning (again, as of the time of this article) 57/152 seats. And for trivia buffs out there, it is also the SDP's best result since-multiparty elections took place in 1990.
4. And to sum it up: Croatia's ruling HDZ opens coalition talks, but the SDP refuses to concede defeat.
5. Question: The above article mentions that the SDP chose not to campaign in Bosnia. Why? Is it because they assumed (perhaps correctly) that they would not get enough votes, so it was in their best interest to focus solely on Croatia?
6. And accused war criminal, Branimir Glavas was re-elected to Parliament.
7. For those who are in Croatia, or who followed the elections more in depth, than lets say, 5 minutes of googling (ahem), what are your opinions on the elections?