Government accepts all the proposals put forward by the “67 is too much” initiative

ZAGREB, Sept 19 (Croatia Sun News) – Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Thursday said that the government had heard the message of the people and that it had decided to uphold all the proposals put forward by the “67 is too much” initiative, and that it would be forwarding a bill to parliament to amend the Pension Insurance Act.

“During the spring we were faced with activities by the “67 is  too much” civil initiative and after the signature collection campaign we established that more than 700,000 citizens had signed. We analysed the situation and made the following decision – we have heard the message by Croatian citizens and the government has decided to uphold all the demands by the referendum initiative and it will amend the Pension Insurance Act,” Plenkovic said at the cabinet meeting on Thursday.

(Source: Hina)

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