PUBLISHED ON07.04.2015. at 16:59
IN CATEGORIESGood governanceParliament
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.
After today's session of the Parliament Presidency, Leko told reporters that the agenda of the coming session includes 68 items, most of which are reports and bills in second reading.
At its session, the Presidency accepted the patronage of events marking the 100th anniversary of the recognition of Islam as one of the official religions in Croatia and of events marking the 70th anniversary of the victory over fascism.
It was also decided to set up a task force which will draw up a code of ethics for deputies in parliament.