The ruling centre-right Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) has won 71 parliament seats in Sunday's election, while the Social Democratic Party-led Restart Coalition has won 45, according to the State Electoral Commission's first results.
The right-wing Homeland Movement (DP) has become the third-largest party in the parliament, with 16 seats, while the anti-establishment Most party and the green-left coalition, led by the Mozemo! platform, have won four each.
The coalition led by the liberal Pametno party, Reformists, and the Croatian People's Party have each won one seat.
The first results were released after ballots of 13.31 percent of voters from nearly 23 percent of polling stations had been processed.