Sabor to start plenary session on 23 January

Zagreb - The Croatian parliament will start its first session this year on 23 January, and the session will last four weeks, the Sabor's presidency decided on Monday.

After the presidency's meeting today, Sabor Speaker Josip Leko said that the agenda of the forthcoming session included 44 items: 17 items transferred from the previous session and 27 new items.

During the four-week sitting, working bodies such as parliamentary committees and parliamentary benches will convene on Mondays and Tuesday, and the plenary session will be held from Wednesdays through Fridays.

Author: Hina