Opposition Puts Forward Motion to Dissolve Parliament

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ZAGREB, May 18, 2018 – Parliament on Friday included a motion by the Social Democratic Party (SDP) for parliament to be dissolved. The SDP claims that, in the wake of former deputy prime minister Martina Dalić’s resignation, circumstances have emerged for citizens to be allowed to go to a snap election and decide on a new parliament which will elect a new government.

The incumbent government has been compromised with the Agrokor scandal and has lost all credibility and legitimacy to act as the executive authority, SDP said.

The decision to dissolve parliament would come into effect on the day of its adoption.

Parliament also added 15 items to the agenda, including a government-sponsored bill to amend the child’s allowance act so as to extend the list of eligible beneficiaries.

Parliament rejected a motion by SDP and Živi Zid for a bill on the terminal for liquified natural gas to be put in regular procedure rather than fast track.


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