Bottom-shelf leaders of Croatia: PM Andrej Plenkovic and Minister Marija Pejcinovic Buric.
Plenkovic does as Brussels commands and Buric aspires to be a Commissioner at Council of Europe (COE). By the way, has anyone seen President Kolinda since the UN Migration debacle?
More political games by the Plenkovic ruling regime in Croatia as the government prevents referendums on a more just electoral system and withdrawal from the COE’s Istanbul Convention, which contains harmful and unnatural ‘gender ideology’ theories.
Those in power will ruthlessly protect their own interests and the system that keeps them in power.
* Article translated from Narod.hr
– HDZ (Plenkovic) and the whole left – SDP, GLAS, SDSS and HNS – voted against the referendum GI People Decide.
On Friday, the Croatian Parliament accepted the ‘Government’s report’ on the verification regarding the number of signatures of the citizens initiative, confirming that the citizens’ initiative did not collect enough ‘credible’ signatures for holding a referendum on a more just electoral system.
In other words, the people collected enough signatures (405,342 signatures for the first referendum question and 407,469 signatures for a second referendum question) but ‘The Government Report’ – based on the findings of the Minister of Administration Lovro Kuščević – claimed that about 40,000 signatures failed, thus reducing the number of valid signatures to 99.12 percent of the required 374,740 for the first referendum and 367,169 valid signatures, or 97.98 percent, of the required 374,740 for a second referendum question.
Supporters of the referendum on electoral reforms repeatedly questioned if the verification of signatures was carried out with the necessary supervision. Doubts surfaced when the public learned that the checklists with the allegedly invalid signatures were destroyed.
The Minister of Administration claims that this is not true and that they are stored and can be printed at any time, enabling them to be inspected by parliamentarians.
Yet, despite the request of parliamentary deputies to do so, the Ministry of Administration did not allow access to the checklists until the vote on the government report….which would presumably mean that there was no time to contest the government’s claims regarding the alleged false signatures.
** We would love to hear more comments from the citizens of Croatia, but we have already concluded, based on several other matters, that the ruling Plenkovic regime lacks integrity.
There is a much needed change for many parts of Europe, perhaps few as vital as toppling the Plenkovic Regime in Croatia.
Andrej Plenkovic has become the ‘Donald Tusk’ of Croatia.