Committee Sittings outside of the National Assembly Seat
Thursday, 4 November 2010
Fourth Sitting of the Committee on Petitions and Proposals
Based on the previously adopted proposal that some Committee sittings be held outside of the National Assembly, the fourth sitting of the Committee on Petitions and Proposals was held in Nis on 4 November.
Based on the previously adopted proposal that some Committee sittings be held outside of the National Assembly, the fourth sitting of the Committee on Petitions and Proposals was held in
Dobrila Zdravkovic, City of
Committee Chairman Sasa Dujovic said that this was the first Committee sitting to be held outside of
Nebojsa Hrnjicek of the Anti-Corruption Agency said that most of the complaints received from
Dobrila Zdravkovic, Nis Ombudsperson, stated that from the beginning of the year she had received 1603 direct civic petitions and 117 in writing, and that only a third of the petitions fell into her purview. The citizens mostly complained of the city Directorate for Property, and three citizens announced a constitutional appeal on the poor operation of the city administration.
Igor Jovanovic informed the Committee that in two years the Nis City Assembly President had received 5500 petitions and that the citizens of
The sitting was held with UNDP support as part of the project “Strengthening the Accountability of the National Assembly Responsibilities”.
The sitting was chaired by Sasa Dujovic, Committee Chairman.
Nis: Photo gallery
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