Recognition of religion or belief in Croatia
According to the SRR, conditions for RoRB in the Republic of Croatia are classified receptive.
A degree of state privilege exists for the Catholic Church; the degree of equitability between Vatican concordats and the contractual agreements offered to other denominations needs to be monitored.
Recognition and registration are amalgamated rather than ideally differentiated.
There does exist restrictive elements in Croatia’s system which block it from dynamic classification, namely its intrusive requirements including membership quotas, longevity expectations, and inappropriate informational requirements.
Obligations that the state should support religious organisations operationally and financially shows dynamic character.
Provisions have been put in place to protect entities registered prior to law enactments; re-submission of information, however, needs to be monitored to ensure no abuse of administrative powers takes place.
Establish differentiation between existential recognition and legal registration and ensure appropriate provisions for the execution of each are put in place.
Remove membership quotas and other intrusive informational requirements from the registration process.
Solving these minor issues with the system will see Croatia ascend to the highest classification of dynamic.
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