“We are going to introduce the ISO 37001 anti-corruption standard, following the model set by the City of Prague, and it refers to the corporate responsibility, control mechanisms and action plans when there is suspicion of cases of corruption in the City of Zagreb or in any city institutions,” said Filipović pledging to create an anti-corruption atmosphere in the capital city.
He also said that one of the priorities would be the fast and efficient post-quake reconstruction of the city and recalled that €683.7 million is available for this purpose through the EU Solidarity Fund.
The HDZ mayoral candidate promised free-of-charge services in pre-school day-care institutions for all the children in the city.
Filipović promised the closing of the Jakuševac waste landfill, the construction of a centre for waste management, and the modernisation of public transport vehicles, as well as the construction of the Jarunski Most bridge and a new stadium in Maksimir.
Filipović’s agenda also envisages the establishment of a Homeland War Museum and a centre for war veterans in the city.
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