Tuesday, 6 December 2022

Eighth Sitting of the Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Issues

At the sitting held on 6 December 2022, the members of the Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Issues considered the bills submitted by the Government, in detail.


Of the 177 amendments submitted to the Republic of Serbia 2023 Budget Bill, with its accompanying Proposal of the Decision to grant consent to the Republic Pension and Disability Insurance Fund 2023 Financial Plan, Proposal of the Decision to grant consent to the Republic Health Insurance Fund 2023 Financial Plan, Proposal of the Decision to grant consent to the Fund for Social Insurance of Military Insured 2023 Financial Plan and the Proposal of the Decision to grant consent to the National Employment Service 2023 Financial Plan, the Committee rejected 76, finding the rest to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found all four of the amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Budget System Law to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found both amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Law on Tax Procedure and Tax Administration to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found all three of the amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Law on Republic Administrative Fees to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found both amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Personal Income Tax Law to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

Of the 38 amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Value Added Tax Law, the Committee found four not to comply with Article 196 of the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and the rest to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found the one amendment submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Law on Deadlines for Settlement of Financial Liabilities in Commercial Transactions to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

Of the 49 amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Law on Electronic Invoicing, the Committee found four not to comply with Article 196 of the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and the rest to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

Of the 34 amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Law on Fiscalisation, the Committee found four not to comply with Article 196 of the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and the rest to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

Of the 63 amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Property Taxes Law, the Committee found four not to comply with Article 196 of the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and the rest to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found all five of the amendments submitted to the Bill amending and modifying the Law on Compulsory Social Insurance Contributions to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found both amendments submitted to the Bill amending the Law on Pension and Disability Insurance to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found both amendments submitted to the Bill of the Loan of the Republic of Serbia with NLB Komercijalna banka AD Beograd for the funding of Project Construction of IB-Class State Road, Expressway Section: Highway E-75 Belgrade – Nis (“Pozarevac” interchange) – Pozarevac (roundabout) – Veliko Gradiste – Golubac (Danube highway) to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The Committee found the one amendment submitted to the Bill on the Confirmation of the Loan Agreement (Scaling-Up Residential Clean Energy Project) between the Republic of Serbia and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to be compliant with the Constitution and legal system of the Republic of Serbia.

The sitting was chaired by Committee Chairperson Jelena Zaric Kovacevic, and attended by the following Committee members and deputy members: Dubravka Kralj, Milica Nikolic, Dr Ugljesa Mrdic, Sanja Jefic Brankovic, Zoran Tomic, Sanja Lakic, Nenad A. Mitrovic, Dr Zika Bujuklic, Dunja Simonovic Bratic, Pavle Grbovic and Olja Petrovic. 


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  • 8.30 - the National Assembly Speaker meets with the EP Rapporteur for Serbia and a member of the EU - Serbia SAPC delegation (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 1)

  • 9.00 - sitting of the Committee on the Judiciary, Public Administration and Local Self-Government (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 2)

  • 10.00 - the MPs meet with the EP Rapporteur for Serbia and a member of the EU - Serbia SAPC delegation (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Small Hall)

  • 12.15 - press conference of MP Prof. Dr Tamara Milenkovic Kerkovic (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)

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