Vrgorac Mayor Dismisses Excess Administration, Turns Offices into Nursery

Lauren Simmonds

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People are constantly complaining about politicians. It’s a trend which knows no borders and isn’t limited to any one particular place or nationality, but Croatia could quite easily win an Olympic medal in it if it was turned into a professional sport. The Vrgorac mayor however, will likely win a huge amount of praise for his latest unusual but righteous move.

While many politicians, mayors, deputy mayors (the list goes, and on, then on a bit more) continue to work in a ”politically cluttered” city administration environment, where there are a huge number of people working and nobody really knows what they’re actually doing, the Vrgorac mayor has decided on a somewhat different approach.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 21st of November, 2018, the Vrgorac mayor, Ante Pranić, has decided to dismiss Vrgorac’s excess administration and turn their offices into a nursery. 

”We don’t have an administration now, because of rationalisation, but we do have a professional set of staff for kids,” the mayor wrote on Facebook.

Vrgorac mayor Ante Pranić took to social media to let everyone know about the brand new, additional room for another group of children located on the premises where Vrgorac’s administration was once.

”When the citizens put their trust in us, chaos awaited us in the kindergartens. We didn’t have a pedagogue or the professional personnel, but what we did have was a surplus of administration. We’ve put that in order. Now we don’t have an administration, because of rationalisation, but we do have a professional set of staff for the kids.”

Pranić went on to write that he was accused of having dismissed Vrgorac’s excess administration illegally. He said that today, the court verdict in regard to that had arrived and it turns out that nothing about it was illegal.

”The court says we’ve all done it by law,” Pranić wrote on Facebook.

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