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Working group - Democratic governance
Taking into account the largest number of permanent criticism and shortcomings observed is in fulfilling the Political Criteria for EU membership Working group will have two sub-topics:
Topic: Electoral legislation reform
In the process of transforming and reforming the country, stability of institutions guaranteeing democracy, the rule of law, human rights and respect for and protection of minorities seem to present the most challenging and demanding tasks for the authorities and the society likewise. These are on the other hand, also part of the criteria our country needs to fulfill on the road to EU membership. As mentioned in the 2010 Progress report the electoral framework legislation has been partially revised, but “constitutional and legal provisions which do not meet European standards remain in force”. These relate to political party control over the mandates of the MPs and parties' ability to arbitrarily appoint MPs instead of following the order of candidates from electoral lists. In practice, the issue of political party control over the MPs’ mandates is negatively affecting the representative role of the Parliament.
 
Topic: Independent/regulatory institutions and their role in the pre-accession process – experiences of the region and EU member states
The capacity and operation of independent and regulatory bodies is extremely important for the adequate reform of the public administration. Promoting the communication and cooperation between parliamentary committees, independent state institutions and the public, as the capacity and operation of independent and regulatory bodies is extremely important for the adequate oversight of the Government. Since, the new Rules of Procedures of the National Assembly are defining mechanisms for cooperation between the National Assembly and independent institutions, further improvement of the legislative framework and a stronger commitment to respect the mandate of independent regulatory bodies and provide them with adequate resources are needed. Some of the experiences of the countries in the region in enabling proper framework and environment for independent and regulatory bodies and their relations with the Parliament will be presented.
 
Expert of the Working group: Vladimir Goati
 
LISTA ČLANOVA RADNE GRUPE:
  • Aleksandar Kovačević, Economist
  • Aleksandar Popov, Director, Centre for Regionalism
  • Bojan Kovačić, Director, Energy Efficiency Agency, Republic of Serbia
  • Borislav Stojkov, Director, Republic Agency for Spatial Planning
  • Daliborka Nikodimović, Senior Advisor, Ombudsman
  • Dragiša Živković, Member, G17 plus
  • Đordana Kurir, Head of the Department, Department for EU integration, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Đorđe Vuković, Director, Center for Free Election and Democracy
  • Elvira Kovač, Member of Parliament, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Izabela Kisić, Analyst, Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia
  • Jasna Filipović, Director, Center for the Development of Non-profit Sector
  • Laslo Varga, President, Committee for European Integration National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Ljubica Pavlović, Advisor for International Cooperation, The Constitutional Court
  • Ljubo Maćić, President of the Council, Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia
  • Marijana Pajvančić, Professor, Faculty of Law, Novi Sad
  • Mato Groznica, Deputy Secretary, Provincial Secretariat for Education, Administration and National Communities
  • Milan Jovanović, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences
  • Milan Stefanović, Director, PROTECTA - Centre for Development of Civil Society Nis
  • Miloš Anđić, Secretary International, Serbian Renewal Movement
  • Miloš Đajić, President of Board, Centre of Modern Skills
  • Miljenko Dereta, Director, Civic Initiatives
  • Miodrag Jovović, Deputy Secretary, Provincial Secretariat for Local Self- Government and Intermunicipal Cooperation
  • Mira Petrović, Member of Executive Committee, Party of United Pensioners of Serbia
  • Momo Čolaković, Member of Parliament, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Nebojša Atanacković, President, Serbian Association of Employers
  • Nenad Čelarević, Program Coordinator, National Democratic Institute
  • Osman Balić, Coordinator, League for the Decade of Roma
  • Radivoje Grujić, Representative for Serbia, International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES)
  • Radmila Milivojević, Advisor, Serbian Chamber of Commerce
  • Radovan Milićević, Director, Regional Centre of Civic Action LINGVA
  • Riza Halimi, Member of Parliament, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Slaviša Orlović, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences
  • Stevan Lilić, Professor, Faculty of Law, Belgrade
  • Valentina Ivanić, Director, Centre for Strategic Economic Studies „Vojvodina - CESS“
  • Veljko Odalović, Secretary General, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Vlada Gajić, President, City of Kragujevac
  • Vuk Dinčić, Member of Parliament, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Zoran Andrejić, President, Consumer Movement Bor
  • Zoran Šami, Member of Parliament, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Zorana Marković, Director, Anty-corruption Agency, Republic of Serbia

 

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