Croatian authorities are very pleased with the 2021 Electronic Census, the first of its kind, which, they say, is going well so far. They are particularly pleased with a fantastic response and that the system has worked very well.
According to media reports, the first forms of the Croatian e-Census that Croatian residents began filling out on Monday will continue until September 26th. Most of those who have filled it out online live in the City of Zagreb, and the least completed forms are in Lika-Senj County. Just over 320,000 people in the country had registered themselves through the “e-citizen” system until yesterday morning.
We are more than satisfied, approximately 100,000 new people are registering online every day. Zagreb boasts the largest group of those people and most of the people there have registered themselves, but other counties are also present to a satisfactory extent, ”said Lidija Brković, CBS General Manager, as a guest on HRT.
Brković said that so far there has been no system failure, but there were problems on Monday around 13:00.
New people could register themselves, but those who had started filling it out online had problems for about 15 minutes completing the questionnaire. We are more than satisfied with things so far, we have had many positive comments and everything is very simple, “said Brković, adding that it takes 15 to 20 minutes to list a family of four.
It is sufficient that only one family member in the family has the credentials of e-Citizens and that they are the reference person. People can also list grandparents, but if they live in another family, they must also have an e-Citizen credential.
The questionnaire has about 60 questions. Without answering a question that is mandatory, the system does not allow you to go any further. When a citizen completes the Croatia 2021 Electronic Registration, he / she will receive a verification code that he / she will have to keep banned until the second phase of the registration, when he / she will submit it to the registrar to show that he / she has completed the registration.
In the last three days, there have been around 8500 other people using the e-Citizens platform, which is also great.
“People do not have to worry about this data being linked to some databases or other registers, these are just statistical data and they are all kept separate,” explained Bernard Gršić, State Secretary of the Central Office for Digital Development. of the Society.
The recorders will go on the field on September 26th. The second phase of the population census lasts until October 27 with the possibility of extension.
“If you’re not at home, they’ll leave you a message to contact and set a time when they can come. They’ll probably be able to come at any time during the day. Everyone will get it. His registration circles.The assumption is that people who work in the morning will not be at home.Not all family members should be at home, but a person who is inside should have all the OIBs because they do not they can list them without it, “Brković said.