“Bribery occurred 20 times, which shows that the rules of procedure do not stifle democracy”

Debate on the proposal to amend Parliament’s Rules of Procedure Marije Selak Raspudić (Most) lasted all day on Wednesday, as every single speech was followed by numerous replies, references to violations of the rules of procedure and repeated explanations by the applicant.

While Selak Raspudić persistently stated that changes to the Rules of Procedure were necessary to make Parliament’s work more efficient and debates of higher quality, HDZ members accused Mostovci of saying that the only aim was to promote and score political points, and explained that citizens would not benefit from the changes to the rules of procedure.

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“She repeats, repeats and repeats…”

“They are doing all this for one reason: to get the European Parliament and the salary of an MEP,” he said. Jure Brkan (HDZ) to the Raspudic couple.

“If I don’t run for the European Parliament, will you publicly apologize to me?” he asked Brkana Nino Raspudic (Most) and Selak Raspudić claimed that he was apparently given the role of “trolling” the debate and branding it because the Constitutional Court had “screwed it up”, so their proposal was discussed in plenary.

It is not the HDZ that is trolling the debate, but Selak Raspudić, who appears after every single debate and speaks for five minutes, believes in it Josip Borić (HDZ).

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“Selak Raspudić has spoken at least 20 times so far and will do more, which shows that the existing rules of procedure do not stifle democracy or debate, and in her speeches she repeats, repeats and repeats what she proposed,” she explained. Nada Murganić (HDZ).

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Poltrons and pests

During the marathon debate, Mostovi and HDZ representatives “honored” each other with various insults, calling each other milkmen, sycophants, poltroons, pests, populists, POGs, etc.

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Niksa Vukas (Social Democrats) concluded that because he waited seven hours and 32 minutes for his turn to say something, he is now sure that the Rules of Procedure should be changed. “And at no point were there more than 20 male and female MPs in Parliament, which is devastating,” he said.

There are three other items on the agenda for today’s meeting that MPs should discuss: elections, appointments and dismissals, the report of the Credentials and Immunities Committee and the report of the Chief Prosecutor on the work of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in 2022.

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DevanCole is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. DevanCole joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: devancole@dailynationtoday.com.

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