Ruling Coalition Leaders Meet with Prime Minister

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ZAGREB, March 6, 2018 – Representatives of the parties comprising the ruling majority said on Monday, after their regular meeting with Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, which lasted more than four hours, that they discussed current issues and that new Agrokor emergency administrator Fabris Peruško briefed them about the situation at the heavily-indebted food conglomerate, stressing that there was no mention of the opposition’s initiative for a non-confidence vote in Economy Minister Martina Dalić.

Croatian People’s Party (HNS) leader Ivan Vrdoljak said they discussed the current state of affairs, including the GDP growth, the programme aimed at boosting the economy and investments, prepared by Minister Dalić, the issue of citizens with blocked bank accounts and the Distress Act. Vrdoljak said they did not touch on the initiative for a no-confidence vote against Dalić.

The leader of the Independent Democratic Serb Party (SDSS) Milorad Pupovac said the talks focused on Agrokor and not on Minister Dalić.

Asked if his party would support Dalić in parliament, Pupovac said they would first hear all the arguments and see which direction the parliamentary debate would take.


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