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22. 6. 2016.
Anti-Fascist Struggle Day marked in Brezovica Forest

Zagreb - The central ceremony marking Anti-Fascist Struggle Day, which was marked on Sunday in Brezovica Forest, near Sisak, where the first armed antifascist unit - The Sisak Partisan Unit - was formed on 22 June 1941, was attended by numerous state delegations and representatives of the diplomatic corps in Croatia.

Wreaths were laid by Zagreb Mayor Milan Bandić as envoy of Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, MP Margareta Mađerić as envoy of the Croatian Parliament Speaker Željko Reiner, Administration Minister Dubravka Jurlina as envoy of Prime Minister Tihomir Orešković, a delegation of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (HAZU), representatives of foreign embassies in Croatia, delegations of the City of Zagreb, Sisak-Moslavina County, City of Sisak the Alliance of Anti-Fascist Fighters and Anti-Fascists of Croatia (SABAH) and other anti-fascist associations.

On behalf of the organiser of today's commemoration, SABAH president Franjo Habulin  greeted all anti-fascist fighters and all Croatian citizens on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the uprising against fascism.

He said Croatia would not be what it was today had there not been for anti-fascist struggle. -Anti-fascism was the fight of all peoples of Croatia and the leading forces were made up of Partisans led by Tito. A majority of fighters had fought for freedom or to avoid concentration camps and death, Habulin said.
Croatia observes Antifascist Struggle Day on June 22 in memory of the formation of the first armed antifascist unit in Croatia and occupied Europe in World War Two - the 1st Sisak Partisan Detachment - formed in Brezovica forest near Sisak on 22 June 1941.
Of the 77 fighters who set up the first Partisan unit, 38 survived the war. (Hina)

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20. 6. 2016.
Parliament dissolved with 137 votes for
Zagreb – The Croatian Parliament passed on Monday, June 20 a decision on its dissolution to take effect on July 15. The decision was supported by 137 MPs voting in favour, 2 votes against, and 1 abstained.
News  
30. 5. 2016.
Speaker calls for unity at special session of Sabor
Zagreb – The Croatian Parliament Day was marked on Monday in Croatian Sabor in memory of 30 May 1990 and the constitution of the first democratic multi-party parliament.
News  
28. 5. 2016.
Commemorations of 25th anniversary of establishment of Armed Forces start
Zagreb - Defenders from the 1991-95 Homeland War and members of the Croatian Armed Forces and the Ministry of the Interior lined up before state officials at a stadium in Zagreb on Saturday, at the beginning of ceremonies commemorating the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Armed Forces, Armed Forces Day and Army Day.
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24. 5. 2016.
Reiner addresses conference of EU parliamentary speakers in Luxembourg
Zagreb - Croatian Parliament Speaker Željko Reiner, who is attending the conference of EU parliamentary speakers in Luxembourg, on Tuesday spoke about the role of national parliaments and interparliamentary cooperation in the EU.
History  
30 May - Croatian Parliament Day

SaborThe first free, multiparty democratic elections were conducted in Croatia in the spring of 1990, and democratic Croatian Parliament was constituted on May 30, 1990 based on the electoral results.

First parlimentary sitting of the new Parliament of the Socialist Republic of Croatia was attended by numerous guests from homeland and diaspora, as well as representatives of religious communities.  Elected members of the parliament voted Žarko Domljan as the Speaker of the parliament, and Ivica Percan, Stjepan Sulimanac and Vladimir Šeks, as Deputy Speakers.

Stjepan Mesić was elected the President of the Executive Council of the Parliament, and Franjo Tuđman the President of the Presidency of the Socialist Republic of Croatia. In his first speech to newly elected members of the Parliament, Tuđman emphasized that constitution of the first multiparty parliament, represents the first step towards return of Croatian people and it's country to European, civilized, political, cultural and economical tradition.

Until the enacment of  the Provisions of the National Observance, Holiday and Memorial Day Act in 2001, the day of  the first parlimentary sitting was celebrated as Statehood day. Since 2001, 30th May has been marked as Croatian Parliament Day - a Day that reminds us all of strategic role of the Croatian Parliament, highest representative and legislative body of all Croatian citizens, irreplaceable mid point institution of every democratic country.


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Pursuant to articles 216 and 224 of the Croatian Parliament’s Standing Orders, Speaker of Parliament Željko Reiner convoked the Parliament for the 3rd session scheduled to take place on 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 27, 28, 29 April, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 31 May and 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 20, 23 and 24 June 2016.

 
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