SDP’s Gordan Maras ”Invites” Todorić to First Session of Commission for Agrokor

Lauren Simmonds

The somewhat outspoken Maras appeared petty to some…

As is to be expected after the long-awaited ”reveal” of Agrokor’s confusing business books last week, Croatia’s struggling largest privately owned company is the ”talk of the town” once again on the political scene, and the company’s disgraced ex boss, Ivica Todoric, is naturally the main theme. As Poslovni Dnevnik reports on the 12th of October, 2017, it would appear that now the situation surrounding the Commission for Agrokor is slowly becoming a bit clearer, politically heated remarks are gaining their own traction.

”I publicly call upon Ivica Todorić to come to the first session of the Agrokor Commission on October the 30th,” SDP’s Gordan Maras said boldly this morning in Parliament. He urged his HDZ colleagues to support this proposal.

”Anyone who wants to hear the truth should support this,” he noted.

However, Maras’ emboldened remarks don’t always arouse the desired positive responses, and this is just another occasion in which that was exactly the case, HDZ’s Branko Bačić wasn’t at all pleased with the SDP MP’s statement.

”I’d suggest that the secretariat designate another room where [my] colleague Maras can complain and recite arguments all day long,” said Branko Bačić.

“We support the work of the commission, [for Agrokor] but we don’t want the commission to become a subject of politics. What you’re doing is politicising [it] and obstructing the work of the commission,” concluded a visibly irritated Bačić.


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