PM Says Croatia Today Better Than In 2016

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ZAGREB, June 3, 2020 – Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Wednesday Croatia today was certainly a better country than in 2016, when his government came to power, adding that “We are going after a vote of confidence for the second half.”

Speaking on Croatian Radio, he said that in the first half, since 2016, the government worked on four promises made to citizens – political stability, legal certainty, economic growth, and social solidarity.

Plenkovic reiterated that during his government wages increased, the average pay by HRK 1,150, that pensions increased, that Croatia had a sound economic growth, a budget surplus for three years, that the public debt was reduced and that the country came out of the excessive budget deficit procedure.

He said his HDZ party aimed to win 61 seats in parliament, as it did almost four years ago.

He said the July 5 election would be particularly because the right of centre was the HDZ, the Homeland Movement and Bridge, and on the other end a coalition which he said had no solutions. He underlined the importance of preventing a repeat of the dissipation of votes on the right.


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