ZAGREB, April 17, 2020 – Former President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović will not have an office in Zagreb’s Visoka Street, where the government has allocated her an office space at her request.
Sources close to the former president say that problems relating to the structural stability of the building, affected by an earthquake that struck Zagreb on March 22, and landslide-prone terrain are the main reasons why the building does not meet the conditions for Grabar-Kitarović to move in.
Grabar-Kitarović is entitled to an office space for five years after the cessation of her presidential duties under the law governing the rights of former presidents of the republic.
The news that she gave up the office was broken by the N1 television channel, and Hina was told by a source close to the former president that in the present situation caused by the coronavirus epidemic she did not need an office and would work from home.
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