The parliamentary Conflict of Interest Commission will meet on Friday to decide if Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic had been in a conflict of interest regarding his activities in the drafting of the Act on Emergency Administration in Systemically Important Companies or so-called Lex Agrokor.
The Commission opened the case of PM Plenkovic and Bridge party leader Bozo Petrov regarding their activities in the drafting of Lex Agrokor in September last year.
The Commission will decide on Friday whether to launch proceedings against Plenkovic regarding a general, non-anonymous report that the prime minister was in a conflict of interest regarding his alleged involvement in the Uljanik affair, the text messages affair, the Lex Agrokor affair and other cases.
The Commission will also decide about whether to launch proceedings against Justice Minister Drazen Bosnjakovic, who was reported for a conflict of interest in connection with the adoption of the Distraint Act because he failed to write a formal decision about the replacement of a member of the task force for that law from representatives of the Croatian Bar Association.
The Commission will also decide whether to launch proceedings against Defence Minister Damir Krsticevic for hiring a close friend as his special advisor.
It will also decide about launching proceedings against Zagreb Mayor Milan Bandic, who, according to a report filed against him, in the last five years travelled to Rome as many as 62 times at taxpayers' expense even though he did not have any official meetings there.