At the sitting held on 28 January, the Committee on Administrative, Budgetary, Mandate and Immunity Issues reviewed and granted consent to the request submitted by the Commission for State Aid Control for the permanent recruitment of 15 new members of staff and additional recruitment of 11 members of staff under temporary and occasional service contracts and service contracts.
The Committee members reviewed and granted consent to the request submitted by the Commission for Protection of Competition for full-time employment of new staff and the State Audit Institution for the permanent recruitment of 38 new members of staff to fill the available vacancies.
The Committee went on to review and give a positive opinion to the request of Dejan Markovic, member of the Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communication and Postal Services Governing Board, to assume the post of member of the Council of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering.
The Committee also gave a positive opinion to MP Momo Colakovic’s request to take on the position of President of the Association of Pensioners of Novi Sad.
The Committee members also reviewed and gave a positive opinion to the request of Dr Aleksandar Martinovic to, in addition to the office of MP, assume the post of member of the Council of the University of Pristina with temporary seat in Kosovska Mitrovica.
Finally, the Committee members reviewed the Report of the Diocesan Governing Board of the Diocese of Raska-Prizren accounting for the funds channelled to the Diocese of Raska-Prizren in aid of soup kitchens in Kosovo-Metohija viz. 76,732.60 RSD, under the Decision on the channelling of funds from the National Assembly Solidarity Fund.
The sitting was chaired by Committee Chairman Dr Aleksandar Martinovic, and attended by the following Committee members and deputy members: Dusica Stojkovic, Dr Dragana Barisic, Zarko Bogatinovic, Nemanja Sarovic, Stefana Miladinovic, Branimir Jovanovic, Dr Darko Laketic, Momo Colakovic, Veroljub Matic, Vojislav Vujic and Marko Zeljug.