Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister Branko Grcic said on Monday the outgoing government had provided a good foundation for the new one and that he, with his experience in parliament and the government, could contribute to Croatia.
"What we did in these four years is a good foundation for the next government to pursue that path. It seems we had to leave the government for all the good things we did to finally be made public," he told reporters.
Asked if the prime minister-designate would pursue their path, Grcic said the new government simply must pursue the projects which the outgoing government drew up over the past four years. Some projects have been launched, as evidenced in industry, tourism and construction growth, and investments have grown too owing to the increased absorption of European Union funds, thanks to which numerous projects have been launched, he added.
Thanks to the outgoing government, likely to begin early next year is the construction of the Peljesac bridge, the Dugo Selo-Krizevci railway and many other sections of the railway from Rijeka to Zagreb and the Hungarian border, Grcic said.
What the outgoing government did will certainly become evident in the time ahead, he added.