The MOST party is continuing their June initiative for protection of water as a basic human right with a petition.
After collecting signatures from the opposition in parliament, they began gathering citizens' signatures in Rijeka and will continue to do so in other cities. They will also demand the protection of water with declarations by city and municipal councils.
“Water is already mentioned in the Croatian constitution, but it is not mentioned as a basic human right. There is more and more pressure by international corporations on water sources, we don't want to allow water sources to be privatized and we want to secure a future for our children, for those coming after us, to have access to drinking water,” said MOST party member of parliament Nikola Grmoja.
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