Commission: PM didn’t influence embassy advisor’s appointment

NEWS 18.06.2021 17:47
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Povjerenstvo za odlučivanje o sukobu interesa, Nataša Novaković
Source: Luka Stanzl/PIXSELL

The Conflict of Interest Commission decided on Friday not to launch proceedings against Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic because it did not establish that he had exerted influence on the appointment of an advisor at the Croatian Embassy in Moscow.

It has been established that Plenkovic, as an office holder, did not participate in the appointment of the advisor, who was appointed by the then foreign minister Marija Pejcinovic-Buric, the Commission said.

Also on Friday, the Commission fined right-wing DP party’s MP Davor Dretar 2,000 kuna for failing to transfer management rights in two firms after stepping into office.

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