Living in containers without running water
Pupovac warned that even though a lot has been done to accommodate people in earthquake areas it was unthinkable to have housing containers that are not connected to running water or drainage.
“I appeal for that to be urgently changed,” said Pupovac and added that roads need to be passable and that administrative procedure for reconstruction needs to be simplified.
“If people need to provide 10 to 15 different documents or search for co-owners around the globe in order to apply, that will never be resolved,” he warned.
If the relevant ministry wants to play with red tape, then it won’t be able to count on our support, Pupovac said.
Vaccination by being in the right place at the right time
Silvano Hrelja (HSS and HSU) condemned people being vaccinated ahead of their scheduled time.
Sandra Benčić (Green-Left Bloc) claimed that the government was to blame because it did not secure a sufficient quantity of vaccine for people to be inoculated according to the set plan and that people were being vaccinated because they happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Sabina Glasovac (SDP) said that a motion that has been supported by 30 MPs will enable parliament to discuss amendments to the Criminal Code which would classify any sexual harassment as a criminal office and would abolish the 3 month deadline to report these crimes. She called on MPs to support the bill.
New bank fees introduced
Katarina Peović of the Workers’ Front warned of the introduction of new bank fees on cash withdrawals at ATMs, adding that the Croatian National Bank (HNB) governor would probably justify this by saying that this is a matter of the market while actually it is a mutual agreement between banks.