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Ombudsman: State should introduce financial discipline

21. April 2012. | 04:30

Source: Beta

Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic said in Kragujevac that he would ask the state to introduce financial discipline for employers who do not pay contributions.

Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic said in Kragujevac that he would ask the state to introduce financial discipline for employers who do not pay contributions.

After speaking with the workers of the bankrupt construction company Ratko Mitrovic, who have been on hunger strike for eight days, Jankovic told journalists that he would launch an initiative to have such a law passed.

"I will also launch a formal initiative that the Serbian government recommends that the Parliament adopts a law under which everyone who has an employment booklet which shows that the pension conditions have been met will have that right, and the state will have to force employers to pay into the pension fund," said Jankovic.

He called on the Ratko Mitrovic company workers to end their hunger strike so as not to jeopardize their health and added that a worker should not have to bear the consequences for something which is the responsibility of the employer.

The former workers of the Kragujevacbased construction company Ratko Mitrovic, which has gone into bankruptcy, did not accept a proposal to resolve the problem of paying the debt of the firm's former owner and on April 19 continued their hunger strike which they began on April 11.


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