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Parliament's Speaker Maja Gojkovic said on Monday that the MPs will also consider the Bill on the validity of the regulations passed by the Government with the signature of the President during the state of emergency and approved by the National Assembly, submitted by the Government of Serbia.
The sitting will be held in the National Assembly House starting at 10 am.
This was done at the initiative of the Ministry of Defense, with an appropriate elaboration in accordance with the Law on Defense.
The proposal states that the activities of the competent health organizations and state bodies in the territory of Serbia have established active epidemiological surveillance of the disease COVID-19.
Out of the spotlight, companies linked with Bojan Kisic secured lucrative contracts with several state companies and ministries, including a three-million-euro deal to maintain Serbia's integrated health information system. The software handles the most sensitive private information of the Serbian public health-care system.
Head of State Rumen Radev discussed today in a telephone conversation with his Serbian counterpart President Aleksandar Vucic the measures taken to restrict the spread of the coronavirus in Bulgaria and Serbia, and also the prospects for cooperation between the two countries so as to more quickly overcome the social and economic crisis.
In Serbia, it noted, agencies set up to fight cybercrime switched to focusing on people accused of causing panic and spreading disinformation on social networks and in Viber groups.
Some crime activities have decreased as a result of the pandemic, the report points out. Migration, for example, dropped significantly towards the end of March, it says.
"Since the crisis began, for almost a month, access has been denied to anyone providing psychological, legal or other assistance, so they have no activities and are locked in the camps," Djurovic told BIRN.
Instead, the camp inmates "receive information through social networks and by phone contact with some of us", he added.