The opposition party said that under the Council of Europe’s Resolution 2361, vaccination is not mandatory and no one must be discriminated against for not getting vaccinated.
It is hypocritical and politically rotten to hear the national COVID-19 crisis management team and the prime minister claim that there is no coercion against unvaccinated citizens or those who refuse to get tested, while on the other hand they are being fired because of “so-called” COVID certificates and prevented from exercising their right to work, access state institutions, free movement and many other human and civil rights, the party said.
Every citizen should have the right to choose whether to get vaccinated, the party said, adding that it would do everything at its disposal to prevent mandatory vaccination.
The Homeland Movement said it welcomed the Croatian Bishops Conference’s objection to forced vaccination.
Prime Minister Andrej Plenković’s policy of stability culminated in his statement that mass vaccination is important also for raising Croatia’s credit rating, the party said.
Correlating the credit rating and people’s health is a continuation of the policy of ridiculing common sense, whose victims are all Croatian citizens, whether they have been vaccinated or not, it added.
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