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Scrutinising 44 per cent of the law proposals under the urgent procedure

“We have removed 16 acts from the agenda by majority voting. I believe this is not a model for us to deal with the urgent procedure, for us to physically win over the government representatives or the government as a whole by majority voting. But we have managed to reduce this percentage from huge 66% to also substantial 44% proposals of the acts, which was the percentage of laws scrutinised under the urgent procedure in the last year.”

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Vucic as a president should look up to Tomislav Nikolic

As the expert team of the protest “One in five million”, after a month of work, published requests and recommendations related to the media and the regularity of elections, the team member and assistant professor at the Faculty of Political Sciences, Dusan Vucicevic explains in an interview for Istinomer that “their work is done” and […]

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Vucic has Parliament in his pocket

“Democratic Party Parliamentary Group, as the largest opposition club in the Assembly, did not participate in the Collegium convened by Maja Gojkovic, because for the last few years we demanded to have regular consultations for the purpose of reducing the tension, making discussions more decent, ensuring the conformity of the Rules of Procedure and have […]

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Parliamentary boycott and then what

The situation in Parliament has deteriorated significantly over the past several years. The ruling majority has monopolized the legislative process in this parliamentary convocation. However, the fact that the abuse of procedures has upstaged the space for controlling the work of the Government and discussing the law proposals has worsened the relations with the opposition […]

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