Croatia is a parliamentary representative democratic republic with a multi-party system. The legal system of Croatia is based on civil law and it is based on the Austrian Civil Code of 1811. It is strongly influenced by the German Civil Code and the French Civil Code.
The judicial system of Croatia is composed of three levels. The first level is composed of local courts, the second level is composed of county courts and the third level is composed of the Supreme Court of Croatia. The Supreme Court is the highest judicial authority in Croatia and it is the court of last resort. The Supreme Court is composed of nine justices and it is located in Zagreb.
The Constitution of Croatia is the highest law of the land and it is the basis for all other laws. All other laws must be consistent with the Constitution. The Croatian Parliament is responsible for passing laws which are consistent with the Constitution.
The Croatian government is responsible for enforcing the laws and regulations that are passed by the Parliament. The government also has the power to issue decrees and regulations which have the force of law.
The Constitutional Court of Croatia is the highest court in the country and it is responsible for deciding disputes concerning the Constitution. The Constitutional Court is composed of nine justices and it is located in Zagreb.
The legal system of Croatia is based on the principles of justice, equality, human rights and the rule of law. The legal system is designed to ensure that all citizens are treated equally before the law.