Judges elected to judicial office for the first time, at the First Sitting of the First Regular Session of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia in 2021, on 4 March 2021, took the oath of office before National Assembly Speaker Ivica Dacic.
The judges who took the oath of office will be performing their judicial duties in the Commercial Court in Belgrade, Second Basic Court in Belgrade, Basic and Misdemeanour Court in Kragujevac and Misdemeanour Court in Krusevac.
The National Assembly Speaker expressed his belief that, during their mandate, the newly-elected judges would arbitrate independently and without bias, in line with the law and Constitution, following their conscience, ensure a just trial for everyone and contribute to the reputation of the judicial office in the Republic of Serbia.
“We believe that in the course of your three-year mandate you will contribute to the continued reform of the judiciary system, to build an independent, modern and efficient judiciary and advance the rule of law”, Ivica Dacic told the newly-elected judges.
The oath-taking ceremony was attended by Minister of Justice Maja Popovic, President of the High Judicial Council Dragomir Milojevic, Vice-President of the High Judicial Council Branislava Goravica and National Assembly Deputy Secretary General Branko Marinkovic.