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A year of raising living standard and accelerating developmentPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Wednesday presented an annual report to parliament on the work of his cabinet and commended the results achieved, underscoring, however, that there is "still a lot of work ahead of us." 16.10.2019. | News
PM says no blackmail over school strike, hints at solutionPrime Minister and HDZ president Andrej Plenkovic said on Tuesday that there would be talks with school unions about their ongoing strike, that "there's no blackmail but there is a solution", and that the government had some ideas for school employees that it thought could be good. 15.10.2019. | News
PM Andrej Plenkovic received a delegation of the Croatian Bishops' Conference Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Tuesday received for talks a delegation of the Croatian Bishops' Conference (HBK). 15.10.2019. | News
Gov't sends package of labour and pension bills to parliamentThe government on Thursday sent a bill of amendments to the Labour Act and five associated laws that define the age threshold to remain on the labour market as well as amendments to the Pension Insurance Act which return the pension eligibility age to 65 and reduce the penalties for early retirement. 10.10.2019. | News
PM: New calendar of public holidays, memorial days will clear doubts, vaguenessPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Thursday presented at a cabinet meeting a new calendar of public holidays and memorial days, saying that he is convinced that it would be more appropriate and would remove any doubts, confusion and vagueness. 10.10.2019. | News
Contracts for Ston ring road and access roads to Peljesac bridge inkedContracts for the construction of access roads to the Peljesac Bridge and the Ston ring road were signed on Wednesday by the government and the Strabag and Avax companies, concluding the tender procedure which was ridden with appeals, and now construction can finally commence. 10.10.2019. | News
PM: It's not clear to me why teachers are going on strikePrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Wednesday it was not clear to him why primary and secondary school teachers were going on strike on Thursday, in a month in which they had received two percent higher wages than the previous month. 10.10.2019. | News
PM for more appropriate valorisation of key moments since Croatia's independencePrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Tuesday the amendments to the law on national holidays, memorial days and non-working days was motivated by the desire for a greater recognisability among citizens of the key moments in the first years of Croatia's independence, adding that the government was proposing a more appropriate valorisation. 09.10.2019. | News
PM issues message for Independence DayCroatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Monday issued a message on the occasion of Independence Day, saying that the courage and sacrifice of Croatian defenders in establishing the country's freedom and independence set an example of how one should work for an even better and more prosperous life of all its citizens. 08.10.2019. | News
PM commemorates Yugoslav army air raid on government building 28 years agoPrime Minister Andrej Plenkovic laid a wreath on the memorial plaque on the government building commemorating a Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) air raid on the building 28 years ago. 07.10.2019. | News