5th term of the Croatian Parliament (22nd December 2003 - 11 January 2008)

National Council for Monitoring Anti-Corruption Strategy Implementation

Scope of work

The main purpose of the National Council for Monitoring Anti-Corruption Strategy Implementation is to act in order to strengthen the supervision over the bodies in charge of the implementation of the Anti-Corruption Strategy. In that sense the National Council controls and follows closely the implementation of the Anti-Corruption Strategy, follows the data on corruption provided by bodies in charge of implementation of this Strategy regularly.

The Council refers to the Croatian Parliament twice a year about its work.

National Council has a president, vice president and nine members, parliament deputies, employers’ representatives, union representatives, non-governmental representatives dealing with corruption issues, representatives of the academic society, professionals and media representatives.

Members of the National Council are appointed to this duty to a term that corresponds to the duration of their mandates in the Croatian Parliament.
 

Membership

Chairperson

Members

Željko Horvatić, Ph. D., representative of academic community
Stjepan Kolarić, representative of trade unions
Zorislav Antun Petrović, representative of non-governmental organizations dealing with corruption
Branko Roglić, representative of employers’ associations
Jasminka Trzun, representative of professionals
Marija Udiljak, representative of media