emg home
Espana: Spain would like Serbia to get the candidacy status on October 12 FYRMacedonia: EU's Ashton, Fule issue joint statement on Macedonian elections ELEM takes part at global energy fair "Power-Gen" in Milan Greece: Government to approve Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy on Thursday PM: Conclusion of Croatia's EU entry talks matter of days Barroso: Croatia can expect good news on Friday Croatian companies fined in Serbia for distortion of competition Croatia: Vegetable sales continue plummeting amid panic over E.coli Bulgaria's retail sales declined 5.8% Y/Y in April Bulgaria, Romania to wait for Schengen till after September FOCUS News Agency marks its 11th anniversary 12 persons processed for malversations in enterprise railway of FBiH Mostar: International summer school in organization of UWC starts Albanian police seized a great amount of narcotics and an ammunition arsenal Ljajic: Arrest of Hadzic will resolve major problem Serbia and Italy to ratify contracts on energy on June 21 Industrial production drops by 20 per cent relative to 2008 NBS bought EUR 40 million over past 20 days U .S. and Britain will not tolerate challenges to BiH unity BiH: Prosecutor's Office is investigating the plight of Serb civilians in Srebrenica Two EULEX vehicles torched in Pristina Presentation of "Support to implementation of legal reforms in Serbia, phase 1 (2011-2013)" project Deputy Prime Minister for European integration to visit Germany, Austria Malovic to visit United States Successful cooperation of Interior Ministry, National Bank of Serbia Dacic to attend meeting of foreign ministers council of BSEC in Romania Warlick: U.S. backing 180 companies in Southern Serbia Serbia-Cyprus: Good foundation for more intensive economic cooperation Azerbaijani President to arrive on two-day visit to Belgrade

Djukic-Dejanovic says elections will be held next year

23. May 2011. | 07:54

Source: Tanjug

Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic has stated in Jagodina, central Serbia, she believes the parliamentary elections will be held next year.

Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic has stated in Jagodina, central Serbia, she believes the parliamentary elections will be held next year.

"The important thing is that this government's term has lasted almost, or will last exactly, four years, which is something no other government since 2001 has been able to do," Djukic-Dejanovic noted.

"This government managed to hold out, even though the times are hard, with the economic crisis and difficult social issues, but the government mustered the strength to overcome that difficult period in a way that did not cause such political turmoil as to threaten the parliamentary majority and start a political crisis in the country," she added.

Djukic-Dejanovic believes that "a team of serious, competent experts should already be in preparation to see if the Constitution has been proven wrong in some parts of life and whether and when it should be changed, so it would not obstruct the development of law and economy and the overall life in the country."

She told Palma Plus TV from Jagodina it was possible to have local elections before the parliamentary.

Serbia's goal is EU membership and important factors in the EU have never been more favourable for Serbia, she remarked.

Serbia's actions in EU integration are important, but the realization of the goal depends on relations within the EU just as much, she stressed.

"The path of Serbia and the countries of the Western Balkans towards the EU is truly uncertain and depends on relations inside the EU, although the Lisbon Treaty provided a certain dose of optimism to the parliaments and countries of the Western Balkans," she pointed out.


My Web

Enter text:


06. June - 12. June 2011.