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Sep 27, 2023 16:28 EEST
September 27 (SeeNews) - The Croatian government said on Wednesday it is rejecting a proposal by a group of members of parliament for a vote of no-confidence in foreign minister Gordan Grlic-Radman for failure to declare before the tax authorities 2.1 million euro ($2.2 million) in dividends from a company.
However, Grlic-Radman will submit revised data with the tax authorities as he has indeed not notified the authorities about the dividends he has received, prime minister Andrej Plenkovic told a weekly cabinet meeting on Wednesday as seen in a video published on the government’s website.
In July, 37 members of the 151-seat parliament requested a no-confidence vote in Grlic-Radman, claiming he did not declare 2.1 million euro ($2.2 million) in dividend from local company Agrotehnika that he has received since 2019 when he became minister.
The company processes animal by-products and biodegradable edible oil and produces processed animal protein and technical animal fats.
In July, the foreign minister survived another no-confidence vote.
($ = 0.948 euro)
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