Central European Evening Report: "Recent Developments in Croatian Governance and Energy Policy"

Central European Evening Report: "Recent Developments in Croatian Governance and Energy Policy"


Milanović Affirms Commitment to Constitutional Process Amidst Government Formation Talks: Croatian President Milanović broke his silence following Wednesday's parliamentary elections, emphasizing the importance of adhering to the Croatian Constitution in the process of forming a new government. With discussions ongoing to secure a parliamentary majority, Milanović stressed the necessity for any potential candidate to demonstrate support from 76 deputies elected to the Croatian Parliament. He expressed gratitude to all who participated in the elections, underscoring the significance of citizen engagement in shaping the nation's future. Milanović highlighted the mandate given by voters to parties combating corruption and advocating for equality before the law, urging elected representatives to uphold their promises to maintain democratic principles.

Ministry Proposes Delay in Electricity Network Fee System Amid Economic Concerns: The Ministry of the Environment, Climate, and Energy has recommended postponing the implementation of a new electricity network fee calculation system, originally scheduled to commence on July 1. The proposal, directed to the Energy Agency, suggests extending the current system for an additional two years. This decision comes in response to concerns raised by the economy regarding potential additional costs and the necessity for thorough testing of the proposed calculation method. Suppliers have emphasized the importance of ensuring the reliability and efficiency of any changes to the fee system to avoid disruptions and mitigate financial impacts on consumers.


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