In a parliamentary debate on the National Plan of Recovery and Resilience (NPOO), Dalia Olesković (Centar Glas Club) stated on Thursday that Croatia needs to recover from the HDZ and that the state is dysfunctional because it suffers Nepotism, customer serviceism and corrupt rule.
According to her, because of this, the EU funds that will be used for restoration in Croatia will not have a greater impact. Europe recognizes that we are the most painful and we need the most money. She said that this is not a happy situation, but only when we do not need so much money, that is, help, Croatia will make better use of its potential. However, it is necessary to correct wrong waters, change election laws, reduce the number of cities and counties, strengthen judicial independence, establish fiscal transparency, and strengthen preventive control agencies, such as conflict of interest and conflict of interest decision committees. she says.
SDP club Domagoj Hajduković said that in Slavonia, the most backward region in Croatia, HDZ has been in power for 30 years. On the other hand, in the five most developed counties in Croatia, HDZ has not been in power. Therefore, he asked whether this was a coincidence and the relationship between Croatia and HDZ and its government today.
Goran Ivanovic (HDZ) pointed out that 6.3 billion euros will be the wind behind the Croatia we want, for which we have good prerequisites. He believes that Croatia needs to take the initiative and take action, as is the case with the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. Ivanovic said, let us create the preconditions for a better Croatia. He said that the opposition is vying for who will further improve the HDZ competition, adding that if someone makes a mistake, it should be resolved by the competent authority.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Zdravko Marić (Zdravko Marić) emphasized the importance of the content of the document and its implementation. He pointed out that the European Commission should evaluate the effectiveness and continuity of the plan within two months, and then the European Council should evaluate it within one month. He explained that after the document is passed, the state budget will advance 800 million euros, and added that the document is valid until the end of 2026, when all funds should be credited.
Health Minister Vili Beroš reminded that the health department is one of the most exposed in the pandemic and pointed out that we must make every effort to ensure its resilience. He pointed out that all health care institutions have been asked to make project proposals, about 500 have been reached, and standards have been set, such as reliance on reform projects. We have defined 23 projects, one of which is to revitalize the Institute of Immunology, but the European Commission believes that this is not the best way of financing. Therefore, we only include those projects related to the Banovina earthquake to improve health care, establish mobile clinics and pharmacies, and establish a national oncology network.
The Minister of Labor, Pension System, Family and Social Policy Josip Aladrović (Josip Aladrović) announced a series of labor, pension system reforms and active employment policy measures through the transition to green and digitalization and through the labor market. Say. Is retained and wants to be further strengthened. Aladrovich stated that we hope to achieve a higher employment rate and expressed belief that all the assumptions outlined in the government and the HDZ plan will be realized. He also announced the provision of senior citizens’ centers.