Croatian laborers - Labor Party strongly opposes the announced model of privatization of 25 per cent of HEP shares through IPO, which would buy MOL's shares from INA.
First of all, it is a bad and amateur spin on the Badnjak, which Prime Minister Andrej Plenković tried to cover two, at present executive power, unfavorable information - the loss of arbitration dispute with MOL and the unblocking of Serbia's negotiations with the European Union. Moreover, the announcement of nationalization by Ine's privatization of a quarter of HEP is irresistibly "smells" on unlucky times and 2009. the year when Prime Minister Ivo Sanader practically handed over MOL's management rights over INA with the suspicion of corruptive activities, which is why court proceedings against him continue today.
Shizofreni's proposal to sell a quarter of a successful HEP to return to Ina's loser under Croatian supervision, Deputy Prime Minister Martina Dalić called "the interest of Croatian citizens". If we ignore the not very important fact that Mrs. Dalić's husband is a member of the Ina Board, which is why as a member of the Government has announced the exclusion of any decision on INA and has become the opposite of the main advocate and spokesperson of this vague process, Vice-President Dalić sees " citizens "in the sale of HEP for the benefit of INA when it comes to the economics of the economy, it is clear that Croatian citizens, because of the bad socioeconomic situation, will buy INA shares with negligible interest, and because of the European Union legislation, shopping will be more likely to start foreign companies whose interest in Croatian citizens is certainly not the first in the heart. It is quite realistic to have MOL enter into such a transaction.
The Government of the Republic of Croatia, with this panic-shaped, more accurate, unadorned model, continues to run one company and the other is being destroyed. He does not figure out plans to go further with INA, is this strange nationalization being carried out, because, like all the governments in the past, most of the HDZ has done nothing more than ten years to prevent its destruction, except for what it says in recognition Vice President Dalić, "threatened" his staff. It has failed, along with its Hungarian partner, to develop IN, integrate energy transformation, strengthen renewable energy sources, inaugurate new energy sources, modernize refineries, especially gas pipeline, and business are turning to modern technologies, such as solar and other energy sources. It is a peculiar nonsense that neither the kuna nor the funds that would have been obtained through the privatization of HEP would not put the Government into the above-mentioned priorities, but would have served it for the heroic Croat hunt for the "salvation" of national treasures, ignoring the fact that even in such epilogue it would not have come to rescue, even less increase in the number of jobs in Ini, about the company's progress not to speak, because it is an activity that in the Croatian context has been irretrievably badly run by the underdeveloped governance structures and lost in the political interests of the poor, has no prospect.
On the other hand, the sale and lease of a successful and profitable company such as HEP, which has a bright future in emerging technologies, is a guarantor for another long fall of the fall of Croatian companies, from Pliva and beyond. Out of the money for a quarter of its company, HEP will not have any use, money will not be invested in development, investment and job creation, but a very realistic and foreseeable possibility of going through a loser. It ignores the fact that vast majority of countries have their energy resources and state companies firmly in their own hands and are managing them well. Along with the danger of energy security in the country, the proposed model also opens up a realistic possibility of serious electricity price hikes.
Therefore, Deputy Prime Minister Dalić, who draws his business and financial inspiration from the IMF rigorous doctrine firmly on the bargain of big capital, argued that "the interest of Croatian citizens" and the national pride in creating new jobs, a fair salary for honest work and a dignified the life of all citizens in Croatia, and not the low-quality domestic companies, because the governments, with their strategically-placed "money", as they have acknowledged themselves, have no knowledge or ability to manage the quality resources available to them.
This attempt by the Government of Andreja Plenković The Croatian laborers, therefore, because of the incompetence and amateurism that they dominate, consider the hostile takeover of national pride and interest of Croatian citizens. Selling a successful company to buy a loser can not be otherwise called., Writes on behalf of
Croatian Laborers - Labor Party, President Tomislav Končevski.