Vecernji List: 2/3 of Croatian Lawmakers Set to Vote for Mandatory COVID Vaccine

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Peđa Grbin, the leader of the SDP, the strongest opposition party, was quoted by the VL daily as saying that the good wording and explanation of the legislation based on the scientific findings, would probably convibce him to raise his hand for the legislation introducing the compulsory vaccination against this infections disease.

President Zoran Milanović has already said that he will find the mandatory vaccination acceptable provided that it is supported by a two-third majority in the parliament.

Sanja Barić, a law professor specialised in constitutional jurisprudence,insists that before adopting such law by supermajority it is necessary to declare a natural catastrophe which will make it possible for the parliament to adopt a law concerning the restriction of the human rights in extraordinary circumstances.

On the other hand, members of the parliament from the Opposition conservative parties — the Bridge and the Homeland Movement — seem to be disinclined to support the introduction of compulsory vaccination against COVID-19.


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