Serbian Parliament resumes work after recess

The Serbian National Assembly started on Tuesday the first sitting of the spring session, with about 30 items on the agenda.

They include amendments to the laws on traffic safety, police, and public order and peace.

The Parliament members will also consider draft laws on aliens, asylum and temporary protection, border control, records and data processing in the field of internal affairs, the National DNA Register, and the Unique Master Citizen Number (JMBG). 

Other proposed items on the agenda include amendments to the Serbian Citizenship Act, approval of several interstate agreements, election of the chairperson of the Council of Governors of the National Bank of Serbia and the director of the Administration for Supervision of Financial Institutions, as well as the decision to terminate the mandate of a member of the Securities Commission, submitted by the Finance Committee. 

The MPs will further consider the proposal to elect the president and members of the Energy Agency Council, presidents of courts and the deputy public prosecutor, and to terminate the term in office of presidents of the Misdemeanor Appellate Court, the Local Court in Novi Sad, the Commercial Court in Leskovac, and the Local Court in Novi Pazar. 

Heads of courts will also be appointed following the proposal of the High Judicial Council, while the MPs will debate about dismissing and appointing members and deputy members of the Republic Electoral Commission – a proposal submitted separately by the parliamentary groups of opposition Enough is Enough Movement (Dosta je Bilo!) and of the Democratic Party.

(B92, 06.03.2018)

https://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2018&mm=03&dd=06&nav_id=103642

 

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