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25. 9. 2015.
Conference on public media and enlargement countries' parliaments held

Zagreb - A two-day inter-parliamentary conference called "Public Service Media and the Parliaments in the Enlargement Countries" ended in the Croatian parliament on Friday with the adoption of recommendations for the work of parliaments.

In attendance at the conference, organised by the Sabor, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the European Parliament, were members of the EP, Croatian parliamentarians, EBU representatives as well as representatives of media experts, and the Croatian Journalists' Association as well as some Croatian officials. (Hina)

18. 9. 2015.
Parliament amends laws to enable CHF loan conversion

Zagreb - The Croatian parliament on Friday unanimously adopted amendments to the Consumer Credit Act and the Credit Institutions Act based on which loans denominated in Swiss francs would be converted into euros.

3. 9. 2015.
Leko meets his Indonesian, Iranian and Albanian colleagues in NY
New York - Croatia's Parliament Speaker Josip Leko met with his counterparts from Indonesia, Iran and Albania for talks on bilateral cooperation, on the fringes of the 4th world conference of presidents of parliaments in New York.
1. 9. 2015.
Speaker convenes extraordinary parliamentary session

Zagreb - At the government's request, Parliament Speaker Josip Leko on Tuesday called an extraordinary parliamentary session for September 8-11. Parliament will discuss several important bills - bills of amendments to laws on welfare, excises, and the financing of local government, a consumer bankruptcy bill, and a bill on renewables and highly efficient co-generation.

31. 8. 2015.
Sabor Speaker meets Croat expats in New Jersey
New York - Croatia's Parliament Speaker Josip Leko on Sunday met with representatives of the Croatian community in New Jersey before the start of the fourth world conference of parliament speakers in New York on Monday. Croatian expats showed great interest in Croatia's state of affairs, notably in the country's economic situation.
8 October – Croatia’s Independence Day

Independence Day is a public holiday in Croatia marked on 8 October. On 8 October 1991 Croatian Parliament unanimously reached a Decision on dissolution of all state and legal ties with other republics and provinces of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Croatian Parliament acknowledged that the Republic of Croatia considered no body representing Yugoslavia neither legitimate nor legal and did not recognize any legal act representing former federation. On 25 June 1991 Croatian Parliament enacted a Constitutional decision on independence and sovereignty.

The Decision on dissolution of all state and legal ties with other republics and provinces of Yugoslavia was enacted by the Croatian Parliament in the shelter of INA building, and not in its building on Saint Marcus Square which the Parliament has been using for over 250 years, since a day earlier, on 7 October, the Yugoslav Air Force attacked the historic centre of Zagreb and Banski dvori, the official residence of the President of Croatia and Government of the time.

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Parliament is dissolved.

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