The biggest problem listed was high interest rates, and as an example, for the same indebtedness to the bank, a Croat pays 552 euros per month, while a German wages 378 euros.Expensive credit reduces personal consumption, and the money that Germans spend in shops and thus stimulate their economy and create new jobs, Croats pay to banks.In 2004, the John Jay report tabulated a total of 4,392 priests and deacons in the U. against whom allegations of sexual abuse had been made. Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) has asked for detailed information on the full extent of child abuse worldwide by priests, monks and nuns.The numbers of reported abuse allegations and court cases has increased worldwide since then. It has also asked how the Vatican prevents abusers from contacting additional children and how the Vatican ensures that known crimes against children are reported to the police.In the past there were issues over the Church hierarchy failing to report abuse to law enforcement and allowing abusers further contact with children.1 November 2013 was set as a deadline for receiving the information.The centre-left Croatian government of prime minister Zoran Milanović has supported same-sex marriage.
Journalists from Vecernji List noticed ten problems faced by citizens in Croatia, but also gave an assessment that the incompetent management of the country is dragging the people down and wonders whether it makes sense to stay in the country at all.A significant number of cases have also been reported in Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and countries in Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia.In 2001, lawsuits were filed in the United States and Ireland, alleging that some priests had sexually abused minors and that their superiors had conspired to conceal and otherwise abet their criminal misconduct.Another problem are the small pensions and the question of whether they will, because the numbers are saying that current thirty year-olds will have to take care of themselves in old age.
– Already, pensions aren’t a safe category, because they are paid from a system that has collapsed.We, together with States, thus share the responsibility for ensuring that refugees are protected against sexual and gender-based violence.