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Government Moves Toward Paperless Adminstration to End Bureaucratic Nightmare

PicssCroatia is now closer to becoming a ‘paper-free’ state after introducing a bill on Thursday aimed at relieving the bureaucratic nightmare which has haunted its public administration for so long…

Public Administration Minister Arsen Bauk confirmed yesterday that Croatia has adopted a bill on introducing an online-based infrastructure, paving the way for new, online systems and pushing the state towards running a paperless administration. The government plans to overhaul the current system and introduce an electronic administration sector, enabling citizens to painlessly access public sector information. A central state portal will be set up to manage the system. (pic: courtesy of phonyuniontreehuggers)

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