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  Census 2001

Who will conduct the Census 2001?

According to the Law on the Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2001 the Croatian Bureau of Statistics will organise the Census, and organisations defined in that Law will conduct it.

For the purposes of organisation and execution of the Census in counties, the County Commission, i.e. the Commission of the City of Zagreb, will establish and appoint members of the Commission for the Census 2001 on the territory of a county, i.e. of the City of Zagreb.

Along with them, the Census shall be also carried out by:

1.   The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which shall enumerate the staff and members of their families in embassies and international organisations as well as citizens of the Republic of Croatia who work and temporarily reside in foreign countries, and

2.   The Ministry of Defence,

3.   The Ministry of the Interior and

4.   The Ministry of Justice, Public Administration and Local Self-Government, which shall enumerate persons in their respective facilities that are not available to enumerators.