Zagreb - This week the Croatian parliament will discuss a government proposal for next year's budget and amendments to this year's budget as well as a proposal for a new calendar of holidays and memorial days.
Parliament will start its working week on Wednesday with debates on current topics and the revision of this year's state budget.
Under the revised 2019 budget, revenues should increase by HRK 1.6 billion or 1.2% to HRK 137.7 billion, while expenditures should be reduced by HRK 1.3 billion, from HRK 140.3 billion to HRK 139 billion.
A debate on next year's budget is scheduled for Thursday. Under the 2020 budget, revenues are projected at HRK 145.1 billion and expenditures at HRK 147.3 billion.
At the end of the week, MPs are due to discuss a proposal for a new calendar of holidays and memorial days, under which Statehood Day would again be marked on May 30, while Independence Day would be observed on June 25 as a memorial day.
(€1 = HRK 7.45)