Information of Public Importance – FAQs
- How does the National Assembly Support Service keep record of the MPs’ activities at the National Assembly sessions?
- How many members of staff are employed at the National Assembly Support Service?
- Who decides whether the MPs, with the status of pensioner, would receive full salary or just the difference between their pension and the average monthly payment due an MP?
- Do members of the Ministry of Interior need special permission to enter the National Assembly buildings?
- How much did an average day of the National Assembly in session cost in 2014?
- How much did a National Assembly session day cost on average in 2012?
- How do the MPs account for the expenses of coming to the sessions of the National Assembly and its working bodies by private car?
- How much is an MP’s salary?
- How much is the MP supplement?
How does the National Assembly Support Service keep record of the MPs’ activities at the National Assembly sessions?
31 August 2009 saw the introduction of MPs’ electronic attendance records at the National Assembly sessions based on the activation of the MP’s ID card.
The keeping of electronic records on the MPs’ activities at the National Assembly sessions was finalized in March 2010 with the activation of records of discussion times of the MPs, Prime Minister and ministers at the assembly sessions.
The eParliament system is in the process of being integrated into the conference system which will make the records of the voting on the bills in detail (per amendment) also available at the National Assembly website (www.parlament.rs).