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Bureaucracy Out As Croatia To Move Into Digital Age

Long ques, complicated bureaucracy and being sent from pillar to post is to become a thing of the past, as Croatia looks set to move into the digital age – finally.

Daily newspaper Jutarnji list reports that a host of administrative functions, including obtaining documents such as passports, identification cards and registering for a family doctor, will soon all be able to be performed by the click of a mouse from the comfort of home on the internet.

The Ministry has announced a plan that will see each citizen attain its own personal “digital” file. The ministry says they are working on everything intensively and we hope that during this year it will be completely functional, bringing Croatia into line with its European neighbours.

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