PUSIC

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PUSICParty for Unity and Safeguarding of the Integrity of Congo (Congo)
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(41.) "Chris Cviic Memorial Lecture--Croatia in the EU," A lecture by Vesna Pusic delivered at EBRD Headquarters on October 18, 2012, retrieved from http://www.mvep.hr/en/info-servis/press-re-leases/351_2012,7517.html.
In the future, more advanced and complementary methods are to be applied in order to develop PA as an autonomous scientific discipline (Pusic, 2002, p.
2016 E D NO E D NO Irina Bokova 9 4 2 7 7 1 Helen Clark 8 5 2 6 8 1 Christiana Figuerres 5 5 5 5 8 2 Kristalina Georgieva Did not contest Natalia Gherman 4 4 7 3 10 2 Antonio Guterres 12 0 3 11 2 2 Vuc Jeremic 9 5 1 8 4 3 Srgjan Kerim 9 5 1 6 7 2 Miroslav Lajcak 7 3 5 2 6 7 Igor Luksic 3 7 5 2 9 4 Susanna Malcorra 7 4 4 8 6 1 Vesna Pusic 2 11 2 Withdrew Danilo Turk 11 2 2 7 5 3 29 Aug.
Two candidates, Vesna Pusic of Croatia and Igor Luksic of Montenegro, have withdrawn their bids over the results of the first two polls.
On Thursday, Croatia's deputy parliament speaker Vesna Pusic withdrew her candidacy, saying the "selection has not gone in my direction." She finished last two weeks ago.
New York, Dhu-AlQa'dah 02, 1437, August 05, 2016, SPA -- Vesna Pusic, Croatia's candidate for UN secretary general, withdrew her candidacy Thursday for the top UN post, becoming the first of 12 hopefuls to drop out of the race, according to dpa.
Moldova's former foreign minister, Natalia Gherman, was in 10th place, followed by Montenegro Foreign Minister Igor Luksic and former Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic.
First group: Vesna Pusic of Croatia, Antonio Guterres of Portugal, Susana Malcorra of Argentina, Vuk Jeremic of Serbia and Natalia Gherman of Moldova.
According to Strauss, Heller, Pusic and Wilpert (1998) participation fostered integration as they found that where there was high level of participation in decision-making there was greater information sharing and interaction within groups.
The gallery of candidates includes Irina Bokova (Bulgaria), Helen Clark (New Zealand), Natalia Gherman (Moldova), Antonio Guterres (Portugal), Vuk Jeremic (Serbia), Srgjan Kerim (Macedonia), Miroslav Lajcak (Slovakia), Igor Luksic (Montenegro), Susana Malcorra (Argentina), Vesna Pusic (Croatia) and Danilo Turk (Slovenia).