A storm rose and it is not calming down after the resignation of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Croatian Government, because of the shocking e-mails that show she has covered up the situation in Agrokor. After her yesterday's resignations, the Croatian media unwrapped the links between Dalic, the expressly passed law of Lex Agrokor and the electronic correspondence with the "opposite side".
It was turbulent in the central debate show of Croatian Radio-Television, "Otvoreno" (Open), which guested the members of the ruling party and the opposition, who obviously had opposing views on the entire situation.
Guests of the show "Otvoreno" were Zeljko Reiner (Croatian Democratic Union), Gordan Maras (Social Democratic Party of Croatia), Tomislav Panenic (Most), and Stjepan Curan (Croatian National Assembly), who was in Osijek studio, talked about the hot topic - the resignation of Martina Dalic.
At one point, Zeljko Reiner from the ruling Croatian Democratic Union answered the question of the host that he doesn't know if its normal for a consultant to make 3.400 euros per week, reports Jutarnji.hr.
- It is difficult to say what is the price of the consultant, it can be low, I don't know that, I am a doctor - the vice president of Assembly said.
He tried to point out the fact that the government started rescuing Agrokor at a time when the shelves of the store were empty, the suppliers stopped delivering goods, and financial debts were piled up and the workplaces were saved. Gordan Maras (Social Democratic Party of Croatia) directly asked him whether the Croatian Democratic Union would agree to amend the law, which would again enable the work of the Investigation Trust for Agrokor.
Reiner answered that he would have to study the law. Tomislav Panenic was angered by the answer. He said that it is defeating that the ruling party puts opposition proposition on the agenda and doesn't take them seriously.
He then got out of his chair, reached Reiner, he threw the paper from his desk and said: "Let me see the paper you are reading from".
(Telegraf.co.uk / Jutarnji.hr)