According to the daily, President Zoran Milanović said an “absolute lie” when he claimed earlier today that Hanžeković Krznarić had called his wife yesterday afternoon, before the article was released, and told her that an article was being prepared and it would be good if she responded.
The President’s Office has not yet replied to Hina’s query about the paper’s latest accusations against the president.
Jutarnji List said earlier today that Musić Milanović had pressured headmistress Zdravka Martinić Jerčić so that, a week after school ended, two of her son’s Bs be changed to As.
The paper published Musić Milanović’s letter to the headmistress in which she warns about irregularities in the work of the math teacher.
In the letter, Musić Milanović says she never asked that the grades be changed to As, but only requested “an explanation of all the irregularities noticed which shortchange students both in terms of knowledge and grades.”
The education ministry said an inspection was launched in this case.
For more, check out our politics section.