According to the Croatian Financial Agency (Fina), at the end of June this year there were 256,322 blocked citizens, their debt amounted to 16.6 billion kuna, with most debtors in Zagreb - 53.045 of them, with a debt of 4.8 billion kuna.
At the end of June, 9.87 percent of the working-age population of the Croatian capital was blocked.
In Split-Dalmatia County, there were 23,149 blocked citizens with debt exceeding 1.4 billion kna, with the share of blocked citizens in the working age population amounting to 7.6 percent.
In Zagreb County, on the last day of June, 20,409 citizens had blocked accounts, with a debt of more than1.65 billion kuna, which represents a 9.5 percent share of the working age population.
The least blocked citizens, 2,399, were counted in Lika-Senj County. Their debt amounted to 120.1 million kuna, and their share in the county's working age population was 7.63 percent.
In terms of the total population of the county, the most blocked citizens were in Sisak-Moslavina County, 7.40 percent and Koprivnica-Krizevci County, 6.88 percent. These two counties were also in the top when it comes to county’s working population: Sisak-Moslavina 11.22 percent and Koprivnica-Krizevci 10.34 percent.
Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Osijek and Sisak lead the list of 25 cities with the highest number of blocked citizens. There were 53,045 in Zagreb, 9,414 in Split, 8,207 in Rijeka, 6,556 in Osijek, and 4,134 in Sisak.
At the bottom of that list are Krizevci with 1,653 blocked citizens, Dakovo with 1,625 blocked and Kutina with 1,558 blocked citizens.
When it comes to the number of blocked citizens compared to the population, Sisak stands out with 8.65 percent, Cakovec with 8.42 percent, Krizevci with 7.78 percent, Petrinja with 7.66 percent, Bjelovar with 7.17 percent and Zapresic with 7.12 percent of blocked citizens.
According to the average amount of debt, the most blocked are citizens of Velika Gorica, whose average debt amounts to168 thousand kuna. The following are the citizens of Nasice with a debt of104 thousand kuna and Porec with a debt of 101 thousand kuna.