Constitutional amendment

Bracing for 101-day electoral marathon

The assurance by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis that the elections will be held in May, with the 21st and 28th being considered as the most likely days, has put the country's political system in overdrive until July 2, when the second round is expected. During this time there will be three or probably four periods with extremely dense developments.

Brnabic: Foreigners act to be amended in March

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Tuesday she expected amendments to the Foreigners Act to enter parliamentary procedure in March.

Speaking to reporters at a ceremony at the Aviation Academy, Brnabic said the amended act would unify working and residence permits in a simplified, fully electronic procedure.

That will enable easier and quicker employment, she added.

Podgorica: "It would be scandalous"

Prime Minister of Montenegro, Zdravko Krivokapi, could decide on the election of the President of the Administrative Court at the session of the Judicial Council on February 25, several lawyers told Vijesti yesterday, while the Judicial Council did not provide an answer whether this could be disputable.

Serbian Constitution amended VIDEO / PHOTO

Serbian Parliament passed bills amending the constitution and constitutional law, following January's referendum on the changes.
The Parliament session was held at 5 p.m. and the Act amending the Constitution of Serbia and the Constitutional Law for implementing the Act amending the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia were passed.

Amendments to the Law on Referendum adopted

193 MPs voted for the adoption, i.e. all those who were present.
The law shall enter into force less than eight days from the day of its publication in the Official Gazette, by a special decision of the deputies. These amendments change several articles in relation to the recently adopted Law on Referendum and People's Initiative.