MARCH 28 2012 22:51h
Shipyards and political appointments, especially in public firms, are the biggest problems that the European Commission observes in relation with the Republic of Croatia, as we found out form one source close to Brussels.
We also found out that they have complained for the chapter 23, specially on undetermined lists of voters, the proposition of law on police, court backlogs and non-proceeding war crimes.
HRT informs that Brussels considers that the most critical problem is appointing the ministers Radimir Cacic and Slavko Linic as Ina board members . They warned that tax for providing service for mobile network isn't adjusted to European legislation.
They criticized numerous obstacles that disable foreign investors to invest at the Croatian market, but despite that, the source informs that the final result of report about Croatia being prepared to enter the EU will be positive.