December the 21st, 2023 – There are two potential locations for the Croatian Parliament to move to temporarily.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, as has been public knowledge for some time now, the Croatian Parliament is currently looking for a new temporary address. Two offers have recently been received at a public call for the lease of the space where the Croatian Parliament would move to, while its earthquake-damaged building is being renovated.
The Parliamentary Committee for Announcing and Implementing the Public Call has now announced that two offers were received based as a result of that non-binding public call, which was open until December the 15th, 2023.
Those offers were submitted by:
The College of the Society of Jesus, Jordanovac 110, City of Zagreb, with the offered facility located at Jordanovac 110.
City Island d.o.o., Dugoselska 5A, Dugo Selo, Rugvica, with the offered facility located at Buzinski krči 7A, Zagreb.
“In the following step, the Parliamentary Commission will further analyse all of the received documentation of the offers. Based on its final assessment, it will propose to the Presidency of the Croatian Parliament a decision on the selection of a replacement location for the work of the Croatian Parliament for the duration of the structural and complete renovation”, it was concluded.
It’s worth noting that since the earthquake of March 2020, many buildings across the City of Zagreb are still awaiting their full repairs, and not even governmental buildings necessarily get a sped up job.