1 December 2021 Stefan Krkobabic awarded the Charter for the Most Inclusive Initiative of the Year,
Wednesday, 1 December 2021
Stefan Krkobabic Awarded Charter for Year’s Most Inclusive Initiative
Today, the Centre for Development of Belgrade presented the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Stefan Krkobabic with the Charter for the Most Inclusive Initiative of the Year, in recognition of his high level of social and political awareness and consciousness, sense for the need for Serbian society to move towards inclusiveness and protection of the most vulnerable social categories and a high degree of humanity.
Mr Krkobabic did not make a political, but a humane and conscientious move, proposing that persons with disabilities, in accordance with their percentage in the total population, be proportionally represented in the national parliament, showing that the policy of protection of the most vulnerable population categories, as the basis for the activities of the political party he belongs to, is not a mere proclamation, but something that is realised in practice, said Jestrovic. Stefan Krkobabic thanked the Centre for Development of Belgrade.
“This Charter is a great privilege, as well as an incentive and an obligation to do my best to represent the interests of the most vulnerable yet least audible social groups in Serbia’s political and social sphere. Between faceless capitalism where only profit matters and social justice societies that bear a human face, I will always choose the latter, both as a man and as an official of the PUPS," said Krkobabic.
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