The personal website of Social Democratic Party (SDP) MP Peđa Grbin is the most visited MP website of the new parliament, and the parliamentary club with the most visited website is that of the Homeland Movement, according to statistics published by the national legislature on Wednesday.
Since 22 July, when the 10th parliament was formed, Grbin’s website had nearly 3,022 visitors.
The personal websites of another 13 MPs had over a thousand hits, and those were the sites of: SPD MPs Mirela Ahmetovic and Sabina Glasovac, Sandra Bencic (We Can!), Boris Milosevic (SDSS), Miro Bulj (Bridge), independent MP Karolina Vidovic-Krišto, Branko Bacic (HDZ), Nikola Grmoja (Bridge), Stephen Nikola Bartulica (Homeland Movement), Hrvoje Zekanovic (Sovereignists), Kresimir Ackar (HDZ), Miroslav Skoro (Homeland Movement) and Dragana Jeckov (SDSS).
MPs’ personal website include information on their date of birth, education, party affiliation, the beginning of their term of office, their membership in parliamentary committees, lists and the constituency in which they were elected, as well as contact information.
In the past few years, the most visited websites were mostly those of former MPs, including HDZ’s Goran Maric, Stevo Culej and Milijan Brkic, Goran Aleksic (Snaga), Branimir Bunjac (Human Shield).
Website of Homeland Movement visited 4,208 times
The website of the Deputy Club of the Homeland Movement had 4,208 hits, followed by the HDZ Deputy Club (3,572 hits) and the SDP Deputy Club (3,484 hits).
The largest number of hits was generated on 22 July, when the 10th parliament was formed and citizens visited 62,807 web pages.
The most searched keywords in the Google search engine were connected to the observation of Victory Day, Homeland Thanksgiving Day, and Croatian Veterans Day on 5 August. The parliament’s article on that public holiday was the most read article in the observed period (10,083).
More than 4 million hits
The Croatian parliament’s websites last year had slightly more than four million hits. Nearly 522,000 unique visitors generated about 970,000 unique visits, and on average each of them opened four pages per visit and stayed for about three minutes.
As of July, parliament’s website were most often accessed by mobile devices (107,697), followed by desktop computers (76,048) and tablets (3,895).