emg home
Big fight stops Greece vs. Serbia game Maj. Gen. Stefan Vassilev Appointed Chief of Land Forces Fence around the Orthodox Church in Urosevac to be removed Serbia seeks Ghana's support on Kosovo OHR and US Embassy: There are no parallels between RS and Kosovo Wave of price hikes in Serbia Vip: Abolish tax on mobile telephony Thaci: Kosovo's future among the free nations NBS branch in Novi Sad hosts FX Hedging Conference NBS: Key policy rate remains unchanged Lawsuit against the American company's over "Storm" Serbia, Denmark sign military cooperation plan President Basescu: We understand problems caused by Roma camps in France First group of deported Roma lands in Romania Fitch Ratings affirms Bulgaria's long-term BBB- credit rating France is sending back 41 Roma to Bulgaria Arcelor Mittal caused pollution of river Bosna Greece: Rise in West Nile Virus cases till the end of August Bogdanovic announces return of "Kosovo Bonuses" Working group for financial assistance to Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija formed Carla Del Ponte investigated over illegal evidence EULEX: KPS in charge of escorting Serbian officials Police stopped Assistant Minister for Kosovo and Metohija Bogdanovic: “Tonight I'm going to Kosovo and Metohija” Students from diaspora to submit report on practical training in ministries to Prime Minister Dacic to visit Trgoviste Greece to receive the second instalment of loan, further actions needed Shoigu: Wildfires in Russia cause nearly $400 million in damage Best Europe airport buys: London for perfumes Russian base to stay in Armenia until 2044

News Archive

‘EPS’ and ‘Srbija gas’ to socialists

22. July 2008. | 09:44

Source: Blic

As ‘Blic’ learns the socialists would get the Development fund, ‘Srbijasume’, ‘EPS’, ‘Srbija gas’ and JP “Kolubara’.

Concrete negotiations over distribution of power in public enterprises are yet to commence, but some of the solutions are already pretty certain.

As ‘Blic’ learns the socialists would get the Development fund, ‘Srbijasume’, ‘EPS’, ‘Srbija gas’ and JP “Kolubara’.

The agreement within the ruling coalition understands the triple control of enterprises as a principle for distribution of power in them.

The SPS would also probably get the Property directorate, ‘Serbia railways’, Belgrade students’ center and some others.

The SPS is also counting on the posts of executive directors in the state-owned banks.


My Web

Enter text:


16. August - 22. August 2010.