Plenković Says Net Wages Have Increased by 32% Since Start of His Premiership

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Commenting on Tuesday’s meeting with trade unions, Plenković emphasised the government’s commitment to social dialogue and recalled that the base pay in the public sector had not been raised from 2012 to 2016.

The increase is a consistent policy of our cabinet, Plenković said during today’s meeting of the government.

Thus, the base pay has been increased on several occasions during the terms of his cabinets, or 18.31% on the aggregate.

Congratulations to winners of Slovenian and French elections

PM Plenković expressed satisfaction with French President Emmanuel Macron’s re-election on Sunday, and extended congratulations to the new Slovenian PM-elect, Robert Golob, expressing hope that the Croatia and Slovenia would continue developing friendly relations and partnership, noting that the cooperation with the outgoing PM Janez Janša was very good.

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