April 20, 2024 3:18 am
Plenković Blasts Violator of Constitution for Not Resigning

In an exclusive interview, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković spoke about the ongoing election campaign and the latest developments in Croatia’s political landscape. Plenković revealed that during a session of the HDZ presidency, they had discussed the campaign and had “analyzed a little”. He highlighted that they had achieved similar GDP growth levels to Hungary, which joined the EU nine years ago, and expressed his confidence in Croatia’s goal to join the OECD in two years.

Plenković emphasized the importance of the upcoming elections to voters, urging them to make a choice between continuing to trust in the current leadership or taking a risk with other candidates. He dismissed criticisms regarding women on the lists and addressed accusations related to the Constitution by stating that it was up to SEC and Constitutional Court to deal with violators. The campaign strategy was outlined, including various activities from meetings to social media engagement.

When asked about his response to interviews and criticism from political competitors, Plenković remained firm in his stance, asserting that their party had led Croatia towards growth and progress in all areas. He dismissed Milanović’s actions and statements as insignificant, expressing confidence in the upcoming elections. The Prime Minister showed indifference towards Milanovć’s tactics while hinting at a changing political landscape as presidential elections approached.

In conclusion, Plenković reiterated his commitment to democratic principles and fair play in politics while emphasizing trust in current leadership vital for Croatia’s progress. He expressed confidence in citizens’ choices while committing their party to transparent and legal campaign practices.

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