A group of 15 trade unions and seven civil society organisations calling for "a referendum on referendums" have so far collected 315,000 signatures for their petition, the group's coordinators said at a press conference in Zagreb on Thursday, appealing to the public to support their initiative over the remaining three days in order to "save direct democracy".
Public Administration Minister Arsen Bauk has said that the matter of efficient public administration should not be a field for political one-upmanship and in order to enhance the administration system the government has proposed a 2015-2020 Public Administration Strategy.
During the closed section of the government session, the government forwarded a decision to parliamentary procedure to replace the director of the Agency for the Protection of Personal Data, Ante Rajkovac and his deputy Dubravka Dolenc.
The European Commission (EC) wishes to come to a satisfactory solution with Croatia concerning the excessive macroeconomic imbalances and expects Croatia to resolutely implement the necessary reforms, a public debate held in Zagreb on Wednesday heard.
After a two-week Easter recess, the Croatian Parliament is scheduled to resume its session on Wednesday, April 15, which will last until the summer recess in July, Parliament Speaker Josip Leko said on Tuesday.