Croatian caterers condemn restaurants that serve fingertips and demand the most severe penalties

first_imgThe Coordination welcomes the media’s efforts to expose the fact that some caterers continue to serve their fingers while clearly enjoying a degree of protection from state institutions. “Such a practice sheds an ugly light on the entire hospitality profession, where the majority respects the law and really tries to survive in the market despite the hitherto difficult conditions for dealing with catering. ” emphasize the Croatian Coordination of Caterers and add that the State should ensure equal market competition and severely punish those caterers who break the law in the middle of Zagreb, while not caring about the Adriatic coast, which suffers unforeseeable consequences due to fingerprinting. This law was passed for a very good reason, and the fishing of fingerlings results in the inadmissible ecological destruction of the Adriatic coast. We demand that the owners of such catering facilities be punished in accordance with the applicable law, and that inspections and other competent services thoroughly check which facilities are in question, the caterers point out in their statement. See more about the topic and initiative of the Index.hr portal HERE The Coordination of Croatian Caterers strongly condemns the practice of some caterers to secretly offer guests fingertips on their menus, despite the fact that this is strictly prohibited by law. center_img The whole story was started by the Index.hr portal after the revelation of restaurants that serve fingers, although this is strictly forbidden by law. The last two restaurants that have fingers in their pockets, which were discovered by Index.hr, are the Zagreb restaurant Bonaca and Laganini. The most diligent workers and the most honest caterers should prosper and survive on the market, not hunters in the dark who are not afraid of anything, said Vedran Jakominić, president of the Association of Caterers of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, on behalf of the Croatian Caterers’ Coordination, adding: “We are asking the state to regulate business in the hospitality industry, the only thing we want is to give us a realistic legislative and tax framework within which we will be able to do business and survive on the market. I think that we are engaged in an extremely useful activity for Croatia, but I also do not think that we are above the law. I consider serving fingers in some restaurants shameful both as a man and as a caterer, and I demand that it be severely punished. It is unacceptable to destroy the only coast we have for the benefit of individuals. In the long run, that way we all cut the branch we are sitting on”last_img read more

The Latest: England postpones test series in Sri Lanka

first_imgThe decision comes four days ahead of a meeting to decide the European soccer calendar, including the possible one-year postponement of the 2020 European Championship.___3:35 p.m.The Board of Control for Cricket in India has decided to delay the start of the Indian Premier League T20 tournament by two weeks because of the coronavirus outbreak.The tournament will now start on April 15 instead of March 29. Associated Press March 13, 2020 England also has tests scheduled at home against West Indies in June and Pakistan in late July and August.___11:15 a.m.UEFA has postponed all Champions League and Europa League games because of the coronavirus outbreak.The quarterfinal draws in both competitions, scheduled for next Friday, have also been postponed. ___9:55 a.m.Everton has become the third Premier League soccer club to put its entire playing squad in quarantine after a player reported symptoms consistent with coronavirus.Arsenal and Chelsea announced similar measures on Thursday.Everton says the club is in regular contact with the player in question and is monitoring the wellbeing of all players and staff. Its training complex has been closed down along with its stadium, Goodison Park. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the coronavirus outbreak’s affect on sports around the world (all times local):___10:30 a.m. ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6center_img The Latest: England postpones test series in Sri Lanka The England cricket team’s test series in Sri Lanka has been postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak.The England and Wales Cricket board says it made the decision for the players to return home after discussions with Sri Lanka Cricket.England was set to play the first test of its two-test series on Thursday, with the second test set for March 27.The ECB says “we look forward to returning to Sri Lanka in the very near future to fulfil this important Test series.”The decision was announced with England playing in a test warm-up match against the Sri Lanka Board President’s XI. ___11 a.m.The French soccer league has suspended all matches indefinitely because of the coronavirus outbreak.Matches were scheduled to be held in empty stadiums but the French league made its decision in an emergency meeting a day after President Emmanuel Macron addressed the nation on television.No indication has yet been given as to when the league could resume. The league says it will next meet on Tuesday following a UEFA meeting. The league board says it will propose a suspension through April 2, to be voted on by member clubs on Monday.All of this weekend’s games are due to be played in empty stadiums.Borussia Mönchengladbach played Cologne on Wednesday and although there were no fans in the stadium, hundreds assembled outside.The league asked fans “not to gather in front of the stadiums and to do their part to protect the population.”Second-division club Hannover has put its players into self-isolation after two tested positive for the coronavirus. Hannover’s game against Dynamo Dresden on Sunday has been called off. Everton is scheduled to play Liverpool in the Merseyside derby on Monday.However, it is increasingly likely all Premier League matches will be suspended. League officials are holding an emergency meeting to discuss future steps.___10:40 a.m.The German soccer league says it will play this weekend’s games as planned without spectators but may suspend the league as of Tuesday.last_img read more