Due to all the problems they face, households are on the verge of extinction, state journalists of Vecernji List and point out that Croatia is an “unsettled land” and that its workers and entrepreneurs are finding it very difficult to manage and live in “the woods amended by changing legislation and higher tax burdens.” Who still lives with their parents?Based on this statistic, Serbia is third in Europe, and look at what spot Croatia holds – Young people worry whether there will be work, workers worry about getting fired or having old age pension, the entrepreneur whether he will fail, what the state will makes him do, because it is not like in other countries where the country is a friend to the entrepreneur – say journalists.The European experiment, managed through the ever clunky apparatus of the European Union, has attempted to paper over these problems. At the very least, it will create new products of paperwork: the new European, one of moral uplift and aware of the civil and social liberties associated with the project.The recent referendum in Croatia, in which 66% of its population supported a constitutional ban on gay marriage, creates the latest flashpoint in the battle over what the paperwork European should look like.THIS WEEKEND SEES THE RISE OF CROATIA: 50,000 people will take to the streets to protest poverty!This page documents Roman Catholic sex abuse cases by country.The biggest problem listed was high interest rates, and as an example, for the same indebtedness to the bank, a Croat pays 552 euros per month, while a German wages 378 euros.
As UNHCR, we are mandated to provide international protection to refugees.
In 2004, the John Jay report tabulated a total of 4,392 priests and deacons in the U. against whom allegations of sexual abuse had been made. Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) has asked for detailed information on the full extent of child abuse worldwide by priests, monks and nuns.
The numbers of reported abuse allegations and court cases has increased worldwide since then. It has also asked how the Vatican prevents abusers from contacting additional children and how the Vatican ensures that known crimes against children are reported to the police.
The centre-left Croatian government of prime minister Zoran Milanović has supported same-sex marriage.
The petitioners favouring a ban got the required 10% or more of registered voters to put the issue to a referendum and the majority rejected the state position.