Serbian Lobbyist Association (SLA) elected new Managing Board
01. June 2009. | 10:41 13:14
On the special Assembly, Serbian Lobbyist Association (SLA) elected and appointed members of the Managing and Supervisory Board.On the Assembly there was highlighted once more Code of Ethics containg regulation norms of conduct of the lobbyists and sets professional standards for lobbyists to be presented as a rightful factors in democratic society.
On the special Assembly, Serbian Lobbyist Association (SLA) elected and appointed members of the Managing and Supervisory Board.
Society will lead a collective bodies in the coming period. Balša Kašćelan from the Law School in Belgrade was elected for President of the Board of Directors, and Dejan Novakovic was elected for President of the Supervisory Board.
SLA was founded at the end of last year and six months later has menaged to build the structure and began to achieve goals. The draft law on lobbying was introduced on the Assembly, and it will be soon presented on the public open hearing.
The adoption of lobbying is a part of the strategy of the Government of the Republic of Serbia that was adopted for 2005. -2008. year.
It is pointed out that SLA established similar associations during its existence through the initiative in regions such as Slovenia, the Republic of Srpska, Montenegro and FYR Macedonia. Within the activities of SLA in the past period, it was worked on the code of ethics, regional cooperation, the law therein...
In the event of upcoming activities there will be a visit of the president of the group of countries for the fight against corruption upon the Council of Europe (Grecco), Mr Drago Kos on16th June 2009., while he will be in oficial visit to the Republic of Serbia.
For the Managing Board are elected:
Vice President Mirko Nesic, (Diners Club Beograd), Vice president Miroslav Miletic, (Bambi Banat, Pozarevac), Vice president Jovan Kovacic, (GCA), Vice president Vojkan Nedić (Bar Association of Belgrade), Milos Škrbić (Garant fond , Belgrade), Zoran Domazet (Tehnomarket, Belgrade), Dusan Bucalović (MP Soft, Belgrade), Milan Mekic, (Institute of Economics, Belgrade), Miodrag Dilparić, (Bank of Moscow, Belgrade), Miroslav Pivić (Marfin Bank, Belgrade ), Predrag Curcic, (Visan, Belgrade), Dejan Miletic (ALFA University of Belgrade), Nenad Lujić (Orthopedic institut Banjica), Lukas Rasulić (Clinical Center of Serbia), Marko Vukićević (Law Office), Vojislav Jovanovic, (Simpoline Belgrade), Igor Dimitrijev, (Ideamedical, Belgrade).
Strategic partners with SLA became the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (Miroslav Miletic, President of the Assembly of the Chamber of Commerce) and the Belgrade Bar Association (Vojkan Nedić, President).
Former President of SLA Ana Bovan was appointed as the first President of the Assembly.
On the Assembly there was highlighted once more Code of Ethics containg regulation norms of conduct of the lobbyists and sets professional standards for lobbyists to be presented as a rightful factors in democratic society.
It is also highlighted even the importance of a SLA in the realization of state interests of Serbia in the country and abroad, as for the country to be joined in EU as soon as possible.