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Government to propose amendments to Law on ministries

03. March 2011. | 09:17

Source: Tanjug

Prime Minister Cvetkovic stated that the government will have to propose amendments to the Law on Ministries soon in order to carry out the government reshuffle.

Prime Minister Cvetkovic stated that the government will have to propose amendments to the Law on Ministries soon in order to carry out the government reshuffle.

"We will have to propose a new law on ministries. First, the law needs to be changed and then the ministers appointed," he stated for RTS

.The prime minister stated that ministers of health, economy and national investment plan will not be appointed individually, but rather that a new composition of the entire government will be proposed.

The Law on Ministries proscibes that the Serbian government comprises 24 ministries and one minister without portfolio, as well as their jurisdictions and scope of work.

After the reshuffle, the government's operation will be focused on two aspects: the country's EU integration process and the fact that the economic crisis is abating, which will consequently bring new investors who may increase employment and improve the standard of living.

"We have some new measures in mind and when I present the ministers of the reshuffled government I will also present those measures," he stated, recalling that the government will have less than 20 ministries and over 20 members, but did not give any details.

"I believe that the new composition of the government will be known by the end of the week," he said.


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