Politics of Serbia

More than a third of DS Main Board members dissatisfied: Lutovac remains at DS healm?

"If that report is not adopted, it automatically means that Lutovac has lost confidence and will no longer remain at the helm of the party," a source from the Democratic Party and a signatory of the initiative to convene a session of the Main Board told Tanjug.

It has been confirmed: Two Serbs infected with coronavirus

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic confirmed the information.
Dacic told Tanjug that two of the remaining eleven Serbian citizens, crew members aboard the "Diamond Princess", quarantined in Yokohama, Japan, had been tested positive for a coronavirus today by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
These are the S.O. (29) and M.T. (30).

UN Court Rejects Serbia’s Demand to Try Radicals in Belgrade

The appeals chamber of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals on Monday dismissed an appeal filed by Serbia against its decision not to allow two members of the Serbian Radical Party accused of contempt of court to stand trial in Belgrade rather than at the UN court in The Hague.

Bojan Kostres: Everyone who wants to defeat Vucic has to participate on the elections

Secretary General of the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) Bojan Kostres said that taking part in the polls was the only way to oppose the current government.
According to this statement, Kostres said that "the boycott of the elections is reducing the number of turnout and, therefore, enabling a greater number of MPs to the Serbian Progressive Party".

Media: Vucic knows the name of the new EU Special Envoy

One of the topics discussed was the name of the candidate for EU Special Envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina negotiations. "Borrell has informed Vucic who it is, but that information is still kept secret", says a source of "Blic" from diplomatic circles.
President of Serbia and Borrell also discussed the future of dialogue.

A question for Trivan: When will the law on climate change be presented ?

League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) has called on Minister of Environment Goran Trivan to announce when the Bill on Climate Change will be presented to the Serbian Parliament.
LSV in a statement reminds the minister that he personally announced the adoption of the law by the end of 2018, then by half, and then by the end of 2019.

Belgrade University Ethics Committee unanimously decided: a non-academic behaviour

The Belgrade University Ethics Committee on its today's session unanimously overruled the Faculty of Organizational Sciences Academic Committee's decision, determining the existence of non-academic behavior of Sinisa Mali in writing his PhD, Tanjug reported.