National Assembly Working Bodies
PERMANENT WORKING BODIES are committees, established in order to:
- consider bills and other documents submitted to the National Assembly,
- review the policies pursued by the Government,
- supervise the Government's and other state authorities' execution of laws and other general acts, and
- consider other matters falling within the competence of the National Assembly.
Within its competences, a Committee follows the work of the Government and other bodies and authorities the work of which is supervised by the National Assembly in accordance with the Constitution and the Law. The Committee considers the reports of the bodies, organisations and authorities submitted to the National Assembly under the Law. The composition, purview and manner of operation of the committees is regulated by articles 46 through 67 of the National Assembly Rules of Procedure www.poslovnik.rs
The Committee may establish a SUBCOMMITTEE for the purpose of considering certain matters within its purview and the preparation of proposals on said matters, and the Committee Chairperson may establish a special WORKING GROUP. The subcommittee and task group do perform tasks for the needs of the Committee and may not act independently unless decided otherwise by the competent Committee.
The Committee may organise PUBLIC HEARINGS for the purpose of gathering information i.e. expert opinions on a bill in assembly procedure, clarification of some provisions of a bill or operative law, clarification of issues important for the drafting of a bill or any other issue within the Committee’s competence and supervision of the implementation and execution of a law i.e. performance of the National Assembly’s control function.
TEMPORARY WORKING BODIES are inquiry committees and commissions.
A temporary working body may be established to analyse the situation in a particular area and determine the facts of certain occurrences and events. The composition and task of a temporary working body are established by a National Assembly decision.
Working bodies of the 11th legislature of the National Assembly:
The National Assembly comprises the following committees:
1) Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Issues,
2) Defence and Internal Affairs Committee
3) Foreign Affairs Committee,
4) Committee on the Judiciary, Public Administration and Local Self-Government,
5) Committee on Human and Minority Rights and Gender Equality,
6) Committee on the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region,
7) Committee on the Economy, Regional Development, Trade, Tourism and Energy,
8) Committee on Finance, State Budget and Control of Public Spending,
9) Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Committee,
10) Committee on Spatial Planning, Transport, Infrastructure and Telecommunications,
11) Committee on Education, Science, Technological Development and the Information Society,
12) Committee on Kosovo-Metohija,
13) Culture and Information Committee,
14) Committee on Labour, Social Issues, Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction,
15) Health and Family Committee
16) Environmental Protection Committee
17) European Integration Committee,
18) Committee on Administrative, Budgetary, Mandate and Immunity Issues,
19) Security Services Control Committee,
20) Committee on the Rights of the Child.
The activities of the working bodies of the National Assembly are available in Serbian only, in the reports on the work of the working bodies, on the National Assembly website under ACTS - Reports.
|PERMANENT WORKING BODIES||Committee Chairperson||Deputy Chairperson||Committee Secretary||contact|
|Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Issues||Djordje Komlenski||Gordana Comic||Radoje Cerovic||3026-225|
|Defence and Internal Affairs Committee||Marija Obradovic||Marko Djurisic||Milan Culjkovic||3026-060|
|Foreign Affairs Committee||Prof. Dr Zarko Obradovic ||Dubravka Filipovski ||Dusan Maksic||3026-575|
|Committee on the Judiciary, Public Administration and Local Self-Government||Petar Petrovic||Biljana Pantic Pilja||Sanja Pecelj||3200-625|
|Committee on Human and Minority Rights and Gender Equality||Jasmina Karanac||Maja Videnovic||Rajka Vukomanovic||3026-563|
|Committee on the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region||Miodrag Linta||Mirjana Dragas||Gorica Durkalic||3026-041|
|Committee on the Economy, Regional Development, Trade, Tourism and Energy||Snezana B. Petrovic ||Dr Aleksandra Tomic ||Aleksandra Balac||3026-024|
|Committee on Finance, State Budget and Control of Public Spending||Dr Aleksandra Tomic||Milan Lapcevic||Tijana Ignjatovic||3026-464|
|Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Committee||Marijan Risticevic||Arpad Fremond||Branka Zlatovic||3026-465|
|Committee on Spatial Planning, Transport, Infrastructure and Telecommunications||Katarina Rakic||Stefana Miladinovic||Biljana Ilic||3200-619|
|Committee on Education, Science, Technological Development and the Information Society||Muamer Zukorlic||Prof. Dr Ljubisa Stojmirovic||Dragomir Petkovic||3026-061|
|Committee on Kosovo-Metohija||Milovan Drecun||Goran Bogdanovic||Vesna Matic Vukasinovic||3026-570|
|Culture and Information Committee||Mirko Krlic||Natasa Micic||Dana Gak||3200-621|
|Committee on Labour, Social Issues, Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction||Milanka Jevtovic Vukojicic||Prim. Dr Branimir Rancic||Zuzana Sic Levi||3026-452|
|Health and Family Committee||MD - PhD Darko Laketic ||Dr Ljubica Mrdakovic Todorovic ||Bozana Vojinovic||3026-059|
|Environmental Protection Committee||Maja Gojkovic||Dejan Nikolic ||Milica Basic||3026-474|
|European Integration Committee||Nenad Canak||Elvira Kovac||Marija Vucicevic||3026-084|
|Committee on Administrative, Budgetary, Mandate and Immunity Issues||Aleksandar Martinovic||Nenad Konstantinovic||Svetlana Dedic||3200-610|
|Security Services Control Committee||MA Igor Becic||Dusan Bajatovic||Katarina Terzic||3200-617|
|Committee on the Rights of the Child||Maja Gojkovic||Nada Lazic||Jelena Djoric|| |
13.00 - press conference of MPs Sasa Radulovic, Branka Stamenkovic and Vojin Biljic (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)
13.30 - press conference of MPs Srdjan Nogo, Aleksandra Cabraja and Zoran Radojicic (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)