A group of 20 civil society organisations from Bosnia and Herzegovina, gathered in the Initiative for Monitoring European Integration, has issued a warning on "the shortcomings of the Draft Law on Freedom of Access to Information of Bosnia and Herzegovina," which Bosnia's state-level government, the Council of Ministers, adopted on April 12.
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.
As it is stated, the address will be dedicated to the current protests and the company Rio Tinto.
Vui will also speak on the occasion of the Law on Expropriation and the Law on Referendum and People's Initiative.
On that occasion, President Vucic will announce what decisions he has made regarding the laws, and in accordance with his powers.