Wednesday, 16 March 2016

65th Sitting of the Committee on Administrative, Budgetary, Mandate and Immunity Issues

At the sitting held on 16 March, the members of the Committee on Administrative, Budgetary, Mandate and Immunity Issues reviewed the proposals for the determination of maximum number of full-time public sector employees of 12 state authorities, organisations and bodies.


The Ombudsman’s Proposal for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Ombudsman’s Support Service for 2016 was explained by Olja Jovicic, and the Committee adopted the Decision that the maximum number of full-time employees in the Ombudsman’s Support Service be 106, as per systematisation, with the proviso that the Ombudsman can employ full-time staff as allowed by its budget, which is, according to the documentation, 95 persons.

The Committee then proceeded to review the Proposal of the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Support Service of the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 94 as per systematisation, for which the necessary budget funds have been earmarked.

The Committee also reviewed the Proposal of the Commission for Protection of Competition for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Support Service of the Commission for Protection of Competition for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 54.

The Committee members then proceeded to review the Fiscal Council’s Proposal for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Fiscal Council’s Support Services for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 17, as per systematisation, with the proviso that the Council can employ full-time staff as allowed by its budget, which is, according to the documentation, 8 persons.

The Committee reviewed the Anti-Corruption Agency’s Proposal for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Anti-Corruption Agency’s Support Service for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 139, with the proviso that the Agency can employ full-time staff as allowed by its budget, which is, according to the documentation, 82 persons.

The Committee reviewed the State Audit Institution’s Proposal for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the State Audit Institution for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 426, with the proviso that the Institution can employ full-time staff as allowed by its budget, which is, according to the documentation, 314 persons.

The Committee also reviewed the Proposal of the Commissioner for Protection of Equality for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Support Service of the Commissioner for Protection of Equality for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 60, with the proviso that the Commissioner can employ full-time staff as allowed by its budget, which is, according to the documentation, 41 persons.

The Committee reviewed the Proposal of the Republic Commission for the Protection of Rights in Public Procurement Procedures for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Republic Commission for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 54.

The Committee went on to review the Proposal of the Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Support Service of the Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 105, with the proviso that the Regulatory Authority can employ full-time staff as allowed by the salary funds determined by the Regulatory Authority’s 2015 Financial Plan, to which the National Assembly had granted consent, until such time the National Assembly grants consent to the Regulatory Authority’s 2016 Financial Plan, which is 78 persons.

The Committee members reviewed the Securities Commission’s Proposal for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Securities Commission for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 52, with the proviso that the Commission can employ full-time staff as allowed by the salary funds determined by the Temporary Funding Decision for the first quarter of 2016, until such time the National Assembly grants consent to the Commission’s 2016 Financial Plan.

The Committee then reviewed the National Assembly’s Proposal for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the National Assembly Support Service for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 456, with the proviso that the National Assembly can employ full-time staff as allowed by the salary funds determined by the 2016 Assembly Budget, which is part of the Republic of Serbia 2016 Budget Law.

Milan Prebiracevic then addressed the Committee with a request of the Anti-Corruption Agency for additional recruitment of staff under occasional service and temporary service contracts as observers for the 2016 election campaigns, and the Committee members granted consent for the recruitment of 134 observers of the ongoing electoral campaigns for which there are earmarked funds in the current budget reserves.

The Committee expanded the agenda to include the Energy Agency’s Proposal for the determination of maximum number of full-time employees in the Energy Agency’s service for 2016 and ascertained that that number should be 47, for which the Agency has sufficient salary funds determined by the Agency’s 2015 Financial Plan, to which the National Assembly had granted consent.

The sitting was attended by Committee members and deputy members Djordje Milicevic, Aleksandar Markovic, Dr Obrad Isailovic, Ljiljana Malusic, Katarina Susnjar, Dr Dragana Barisic, Biljana Hasanovic Korac, Mira Petrovic, Sasa Maksimovic, Natasa Vuckovic, Veroljub Matic and Stefana Miladinovic.

The sitting was chaired by Committee Chairman Zoran Babic.


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