Plenković Blasts Violator of Constitution for Not Resigning

Croatian Prime Minister Plenković Touts GDP Growth Similar to Hungary, Promises Pension Increase in Upcoming Elections

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković made a statement to the media after a session of the HDZ presidency where the election campaign was discussed. He revealed that they had analyzed the campaign and were pleased with their progress. Plenković mentioned that they had achieved GDP growth levels similar to Hungary, which joined the EU nine years ago. He also announced plans to raise pensions to an average of at least 760 euros and expressed confidence in Croatia’s goal to join the OECD in two years.

Plenković emphasized the importance of the upcoming elections for voters, urging them to choose between continuing to restore trust in the current leadership or taking a risk with other candidates. He dismissed criticisms regarding gender balance on lists and addressed accusations related to constitutional violations by stating that it was up to regulatory bodies such as SEC and Constitutional Court to handle such issues. The campaign strategy was outlined, including various activities from rallies to social media engagement.

When asked about his response to interviews and criticism from political rivals, Plenković stood firm in his position, asserting that their party had led Croatia towards growth and development in all areas. He dismissed Milanović’s actions and statements as irrelevant, expressing confidence in the upcoming elections. The Prime Minister showed indifference towards Milanović’s tactics and hinted at a changing political landscape with upcoming presidential elections.

In conclusion, Plenković emphasized democratic principles and fair play in politics while expressing trust in Croatian citizens’ choices for transparent and legal campaign practices.

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