Speaking at a press conference, MP Zvonimir Troskot said the management and supervisory boards in city companies “are changing faster than trams drive” and that the city administration should start dealing with road construction, public transport, and waste.
He said the ZET public transport company was HRK 500 million in debt.
MP Marija Selak Raspudić said Bridge could not see why everyone appointed to a key position in the city was leaving the mayor and that she expected answers.
She also wondered why everyone working for the city was not allowed to speak in public without the administration’s consent.
The party’s City Assembly deputy Trpimir Goluža said the situation at the Srebrnjak children’s hospital was an example of non-transparent management and of complying with political decisions “made within the close circle around Mayor (Tomislav) Tomašević.”
He said the work of the hospital’s governing council was secret and that it made decisions under Tomašević’s influence, not based on expertise.
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