“As for the accusations, I have no knowledge of them, but I expect the competent authorities to get to the bottom of them,” Jandroković told a press conference after a meeting of the Parliament Presidency.
If the allegations of violation of the law, preferential treatment and bribery are proved, the people in question should be punished, he added.
Jandroković admitted that he was concerned that some of the judges confirmed what Mamić said. “That raises concerns and citizens must certainly be concerned about that segment of the judiciary.”
Speaking of the possibility of Sisak-Moslavina County prefect Ivo Žinić running in the forthcoming local elections, Jandroković said that the HDZ’s candidate there was Ivan Celjak. “When an HDZ member goes against the HDZ, he can no longer be an HDZ member,” he said.
The Croatian Parliament wrapped up its session on Friday. MPs will be on a recess until 7 April when they return to the parliamentary benches. Parliament will then be sitting until 15 July, with a break between 7 and 19 May for local elections.
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