Croatia: Major Cabinet Reshuffles To Stifle Progress


Croatia, the War, and the Future

Zoran Milanovic These glasses are not rosy-coloured, but it sure feels like it! Photo: Goran Mehkek/Cropix Zoran Milanovic
These glasses are not rosy-coloured,
but it sure feels like it!
Photo: Goran Mehkek/Cropix

The current Social Democrat (SDP) led government started at the end of 2011 with a huge stick of high ambition for serious reforms; they vowed with their so-called “Plan 21” to rid Croatia of the “bad” effects the previous Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) had according to them inflicted upon Croatia’s economy; they vowed that they would turn Croatia’s economy around and reduce significantly unemployment rate.

At beginning of June 2014 (referring to its March 2014 paper) the European Commission had handed down its first analysis of Croatian economy, with recommendations, since Croatia became EU member state in July 2013. The Commission’s analysis shows that Croatia (its government) has been dragging its feet when it comes to achieving critical reforms and hence, suggests a need to continue monitoring Croatia’s performance in areas identified with the…

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One thought on “Croatia: Major Cabinet Reshuffles To Stifle Progress

  1. inavukic says:

    Thank you, Barbara 🙂

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