Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction (Croatia)

Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction
Ministarstvo zaštite okoliša, prostornog uređenja i graditeljstva
Zgrada Rudolfova vojarna MZOPUG.jpg
It is located in the building of the former Rudolf barracks
Agency overview
Formed 31 May 1990
Jurisdiction Government of Croatia
Headquarters Republike Austrije 20,
Zagreb, Croatia

Coordinates: 45°48′39″N 15°57′24″E / 45.8108878°N 15.9567779°E / 45.8108878; 15.9567779
Annual budget 745 million HRK (2010)[1]
Minister responsible Branko Bačić
Website
mzopu.hr

The Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction of the Republic of Croatia (Croatian: Ministarstvo zaštite okoliša, prostornog uređenja i graditeljstva or MZOPU) is the ministry in the Government of Croatia which is in charge of environmental protection and construction.

The total amount of budget funds allocated to the Ministry was over 745 million HRK as of 2010 (ca. 100 million EUR).[2]

The government agencies in the jurisdiction of the Ministry include:[2]

History

  • First and Second Government[3][4]
    • Milan Hrnjak, ministar građevinarstva, stambeno-komunalnih poslova i zaštite čovjekove okoline
  • Third Government[5]
    • Slavko Degoricija, ministar obnove
    • Ivan Cifrić, ministar zaštite okoliša, prostornog uređenja i graditeljstva
  • Fourth Government[6]
    • Zdenko Karakaš, ministar graditeljstva i zaštite okoliša
  • Fifth Government[7]
  • Sixth Government[8]
    • Jure Radić, ministar razvitka i obnove, later ministar razvitka, useljeništva i obnove
    • Marko Širac, ministar prostornog uređenja, graditeljstva i stanovanja
    • Marina Matulović-Dropulić, ministrica prostornog uređenja, graditeljstva i stanovanja
  • Seventh Government[9]
    • Radimir Čačić, ministar za javne radove, obnovu i graditeljstvo - Minister of Public Works, Reconstruction and Building
    • Božo Kovačević, ministar zaštite okoliša i prostornog uređenja
  • Eighth Government[10]
    • Radimir Čačić, ministar za javne radove, obnovu i graditeljstvo - Minister of Public Works, Reconstruction and Building
    • Božo Kovačević, ministar zaštite okoliša i prostornog uređenja
    • Ivo Banac, ministar zaštite okoliša i prostornog uređenja
  • Ninth and Tenth Government[11][12]
  • Eleventh Government[13]
    • Branko Bačić, ministar zaštite okoliša, prostornog uređenja i graditeljstva

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