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6. 8. 2018.
Parliament Speaker says everything Croat people always wanted was achieved 23 years ago

Photo: Hina/Daniel StrmotićZagreb - Parliament Speaker Gordan Jandroković said that everything the Croatian people ever wanted, namely a free, independent, modern and democratic Croatia, was achieved 23 years ago, when the Croatian flag was hoisted at the Knin fortress, which symbolically marked the end of the Homeland War.

"This dream was difficult to achieve because many lives had to be lost for Croatia, its peace and freedom, the lives of our soldiers, our people. But as Croatia's first President Franjo Tudjman, under whose leadership we created Croatia and won the Homeland War, used to say, every unselfish sacrifice pro patria is never in vain," Jandroković said at the central celebration of Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day, Croatian War Veterans Day and the 23rd anniversary of Operation Storm in Knin on Sunday. He added that Croatia must forever be thankful to them.

Jandroković reiterated that with their magnificent victories in the Homeland War, the Croatian soldiers had forever changed the balance of forces, ended the Greater Serbian aggression against Croatia and strengthen and positioned Croatia on the world map. He reiterated that the key for the victory in the Homeland War was patriotism. He underlined that Croatia today celebrated one of the most important victories in the history of the Croatian people.

Jandroković emphasised it was important to preserve the historical truth and bow before Croatia's heroes. (Hina)

25. 7. 2018.
Croatian Parliament Speaker, Israeli President meet for talks
Zagreb - Croatian Parliament Speaker Gordan Jandroković on Wednesday met with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin who is on an official visit to Croatia, and the two officials agreed that Croatia-Israel relations are on an ascending line, adding that top state visits, including those at the level of parliaments was contributing to the overall development of cooperation.
13. 7. 2018.
Parliament passes several laws
Zagreb - The Croatian parliament on Friday adopted amendments to several laws, including the Forests Act which is to ensure better management of forests and forest land.
13. 7. 2018.
Parliament appoints council for civilian oversight of security and intelligence services
Zagreb - The Croatian Parliament on Friday, after nearly three years, appointed a Council for Civilian Oversight of Security and Intelligence Agencies, which ceased to exist in late 2015 when the term of its then members of the council expired.
13. 7. 2018.
Croatian parliament passes amendments to Education Act
Zagreb - The Croatian parliament on Friday adopted amendments to the Education Act, setting out the purpose, goals, structure and method of adopting documents relating to the curricular reform, and providing for a 30% increase in wages for teachers involved in EU projects being implemented in schools.
Overview of the legislative work of the Croatian Parliament in the first half of the year 2018

Foto: Hina/Lana Slivar DominićDuring the sitting days, from 17th January until 13th July 2018, the Croatian Parliament held two plenary sessions in 76 days.

During more than 500 hours of plenary work 299 individual matters of the agenda have been discussed. 104 bills have been passed and 39 of them harmonized with the European Union legislation. 27 bills were enacted under urgent procedure and unanimously and 26 motions for enactment were rejected.

Besides bills, the Parliament has also passed: 78 decisions, 47 reports, 3 conclusions, 2 plans and 2 programmes, one charter, one standing orders and an opinion. Besides two plenary sessions Question Time was conducted as well when the MPs posed 76 oral questions and 404 written ones.

According to the INFODOK Service Department of the Croatian Parliament data MPs requested the floor more than 7000 times, most of that were replies and responses. Parliamentary groups asked for a recess 123 times during the session and 72 disciplinary measures were imposed.

Working bodies of the Croatian Parliament held 268 sessions, 49 of them were topic sessions.

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