Bulgaria’s ultranationalist Ataka party MPs kept their word to not enter anymore parliamentary sessions and did not turn up to the National Assembly on Wednesday.
Speaking to journalists on Tuesday, party leader Volen Siderov claimed that his MPs will not work within the current national assembly, which will be dissolved on August 6, as they see no point in it.
BELGRADE - The delegation of the School for Professional Development of the Italian police which is staying in Serbia on a study visit will exchange experiences with representatives of the Serbian Ministry of Interior, National Assembly, as well as operative and training units of the Serbian police.
Representatives of independent regulatory bodies in Serbia walked out of the Serbian parliament on Wednesday after the Commissioner for Public Information, Rodoljub Sabic, was not allowed to speak.
The session had been due was to hear reports filed by independent regulatory bodies detailing their work in 2013.
BELGRADE - The Serbian government adopted on Tuesday the draft amendments to the Privatisation Law and the Law on National Councils of National Minorities.
The government filed the amendments to the laws to the National Assembly for adoption on urgent procedure, the government Office for Cooperation with the Media released.