In this way, it continued the trend of party color changes over the past two years. Because when compared to the initial party and coalition status in the Croatian Parliament at the beginning of his work in October 2016 today, the only constant is the ruling coalition led by HDZ. And a continuing decline in public support for the work of the representative body of citizens in the Republic of Croatia. According to the results of January 2019 Calendar UK as a monthly survey of political preferences in Croatia, the ninth session of the Croatian Parliament received at the beginning of its work the score of 2.44, while its rating in the last poll is 1.97. This means that on average the respondents value the work of the Croatian Parliament on a rating below two, which is a bit of a defect to the parliament as a whole and its elected representatives individually. Given that politicians are deciding on the most important things for the functioning of the state and society – the Constitution, the laws, the state budget, the security and the defense – the recent assessment should be very cautious for all who sit in parliamentary benches. Would it be treated with a doctor whose patients rated 1.97? Would your children be educated with teachers with such a grade? And repaired vehicles at such an automobile mechanic? Or did a flight like a valued pilot? But it is not only the present, ninth convocation of the Croatian Parliament which is rated so badly.
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The previous ones received the worst grades on a regular basis when respondents were questioned about the work of the government, then the president, or the president and parliament. It’s clear why. Although within the Croatian political system the parliament is the central body that decides on the very constitution of the political community and the general legal acts under which it operates, in the operational sense subordinate to the Government, which is the main actor of the law and the policy makers, while the head of the state is excluded from the norm, perceptions of responsibility for everyday life.
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The government is not popular, but it is powerful, the head of state is not powerful, but it is a popular institution, while parliamentarians have long been perceived as unpopular and impotent. If their sessions are added to the quorum and any contentious discussions, and with a series of jumps from one party to another, depending on their interests, the impression may be different.
The present convocation impressed that impression. Regardless of whether the current parliamentary majority will be held until the end of the four-year term or even early elections, its most important issue will be the issue of its survival. Everything else will be in the second plan. And that reform laws and policies are important for the whole country or not. The slim parliamentary majority is only a matter of numbers because the minimum of seventy-six hands for the ruling coalition, which is dominated by HDZ and Prime Minister January 2019 Calendar UK, will always be found.