Voting is postponed until conditions allow and that won’t be today, Parliament Speaker Gordan Jandrokovic said after establishing that conditions to conduct voting did not exist as only 75 MPs were present instead of the necessary 76.
Prior to that, MP Zvonimir Troskot (MOST) called out Jandroković for allowing the parliament to turn into a circus because he did not allow voting on MOST’s motion to abolish the mandatory membership fee paid by members of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK), thus reducing the burden on entrepreneurs.
“We did everything according to the relevant procedure but you put the debate on our motion on the agenda late last night,” Troskot said, accusing Jandroković of not allowing the vote on his party’s bill.
Jandroković denied the claims, reiterating that the bill would be put to the vote after party groups making up the parliamentary majority completed their consultations on the matter.
Earlier Jandroković underlined that it was the Speaker who decided on the agenda and voting.
The item regarding amendments to the HGK Act was put on the agenda after a long debate on the National Development Strategy, Jandroković told Troskot.