GLAS Mayoral Candidate Pushes for Sustainable and Green City Development

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Goran Stanzl
Anka Mrak-Taritaš, GLAS mayoral candidate
Anka Mrak-Taritaš, GLAS mayoral candidate

“The 12-section program is about the change in managing the City of Zagreb,  with the absorption of the European Union’s funds which have not been tapped so far, as they are not suitable for crony management,” Mrak Taritaš said while unveiling the agenda in Maksimir Park.

Mrak Taritaš, a parliamentary deputy, said that Croatia now had the opportunity to withdraw the EU funds for recovery and resilience, and Zagreb could find its place in that.

The two candidates for deputy mayors on this slate — Marko Torjanac and Mirando Mrsić — presented their policy’s planks concerning education, culture, social welfare, and healthcare.

Torjanac promised the development of Zagreb as a hub of urban culture and independent scenes.

He proposed repurposing the compounds of the former Gredelj factory into a center offering educational and cultural contents and services.

Mrsić pledged more transparency in the distribution of outlays for social welfare and healthcare in the city.

 A new city hospital should be built in the Novi Zagreb suburbs, he added.

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