News archive of May 2023
Djokovic defeats Kovacevic in Roland Garros opener
It's been decided when the school year ends in "Vladislav Ribnikar"
As Blic learns, the grades will be concluded by Friday, and if the parents wish, after that only extracurricular activities will be held.
Initially, there was a proposal that children who could not or did not want to go to classes in the school premises, could use some of the cultural institutions where they could gather or ask for help.
Bakhar: Red Star have impressive history, we can do great things together
President issues decree dissolving parliament and sets June 25 as next election day
President Katerina Sakellaropoulou issued the Presidential Decree dissolving parliament and officially calling for elections on June 25 on Monday. According to the decree, the resulting parliament will convene on Monday, July 3.
The decree is also signed by caretaker prime minister Ioannis Sarmas and members of the caretaker ministerial cabinet.
Young people to be included in new cabinet: Kalın
Former Novartis executives cleared of bribery; 15 doctors charged
Four former executives of Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis and a former politician were cleared on Monday of bribery and direct complicity in the offense, as part of a probe into allegations that doctors and public officials had accepted kickbacks from the company in a period spanning 2006 to 2015.
Journalists’ Vehicles Attacked in Serb-Dominated North Kosovo
Bosnia Arrests Serb Ex-Soldier for Wartime Rape of Prisoners
Tighter noose for tax evasion
The tax administration will target the expenditure declared by the self-employed and freelancers, with the aim of reducing tax evasion and increasing their taxable income.
According to Finance Ministry data, the self-employed have a gross income of 35-40 billion euros per year, while their taxable income is less than 10 times that as it does not exceed €4 billion.