Milan Bandić (pronounced [mǐlan bâːndit͡ɕ], born 22 November 1955) is an Croatian politician currently serving his fifth term as a mayor of the Croatian capital, Zagreb. Between 2000 and 2009, he was a prominent member of the Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP). In 2007, he unsuccessfully ran for party president. However, he remained one of the main rivals of the current party president Zoran Milanović.

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