By the 27th of this month the public should gain an insight into the financial side of the "67 is too much" initiative, which gathered signatures to petition a referendum against pension reforms.
It will be seen who supported the initiative and with what amounts, as well as how much was spent on activities in which unions claim they gathered 700 000 signatures to support their proposal to prevent raising the pension age to 67.
Namely, according to the law, within 15 days after the expiry of the signature gathering deadline, the initiative's committee must provide a report to the State Election Commission on received donations, expenses of referendum activities and the price, and possible discounts, for promotions in the media.
This is the first referendum initiative to be financially monitored by the State Election Commission. Although there were previous referendum initiatives in Croatia, the financial field was not regulated.
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