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Good governance / Parliament

19
03
2020

In the times of pandemic we must not forget democracy

The Government of the Republic of Croatia, like most states, has adopted extraordinary measures to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Those measures should not be abused. Restrictions imposed must be motivated solely by public health reasons, enforced following the Constitution, and should last only for the duration of the pandemic.

09
06
2015

Draft public administration strategy presented to committee

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.

28
04
2015

Three candidates for Constitutional Court judges short-listed

The parliamentary committee for the Constitution on Tuesday proposed that parliament appoint two constitutional court judges from three short-listed applicants out of 11 who had applied - a constitutional law professor, Sanja Baric, Judge Ivana Calic and former state prosecutor Mladen Bajic.

24
04
2015

TTIP - contribution to recovery of European and US economies?

A free trade agreement that is being negotiated between the European Union and the United States is an exceptionally important agreement that should contribute to the recovery of the European and American economies and it might be a starting point to define new, higher global standards, a conference in the Croatian parliament heard on Friday.

17
04
2015

"We expect the intensive public debate on the TTIP"

Ahead of Global Action Day against the transatlantic trade and investment agreements TTIP and CETA, to be marked on April 18, activists of several nongovernmental organisations and trade unions on Friday distributed leaflets outside the parliament building in Zagreb, asking MPs to take a clear position on those agreements which they believe will restrict workers' rights and affect food quality and environmental protection in the EU.

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