Narodne novine

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Narodne novine
Narodne novine 22 svibnja 1950 br 23.jpg
Narodne novine, May 22, 1950
Type Official gazette
Owner(s) Croatia
Publisher Narodne novine d.d.
Founded 1835
Language Croatian
Headquarters Zagreb, Croatia
A relief of Narodne novine in Frankopanska street in Zagreb

Narodne novine (English: The People's Newspaper) is the official gazette (or newspaper of public record) of the Republic of Croatia which publishes laws, regulations, appointments and official decisions and releases them in the public domain. It is published by the eponymous public company.

The Narodne novine started as the Novine Horvatzke, first published on January 6, 1835 by Ljudevit Gaj, who created and printed the paper.[1] The first usage of the term "Narodne novine" was in 1843, but the paper changed several names over the years, usually according to the name of the state that Croatia was part of.

Gaj sold the original publishing company to the government in 1868. The current incarnation of the company was officially founded in 1952. In 2001 the company became a public company (Croatian: dioničko društvo).

The Narodne novine as the official gazette of the Republic of Croatia promulgates acts, laws and other rules and regulations of the Croatian Parliament, bylaws of the Croatian Government and also Decrees of the President of the Republic. On publication, legislation begins a brief period (usually 8 days)[2] known as vacatio legis, allowing for it to become widely known before taking legal effect.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stare hrvatske novine - Novine horvatzke" (in Croatian). National and University Library in Zagreb. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  2. ^ "The Constitution of the Republic of Croatia". Constitutional Court of Croatia. 2001-06-15. Retrieved 2009-12-02. 

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