Public Hearings

Committees may organise public hearings for the purpose of obtaining information, or professional opinions on proposed acts which are in the parliamentary procedure, clarification of certain provisions from an existing or proposed act, clarification of issues of importance for preparing the proposals of acts or other issues within the competences of the committee, as well as for the purpose of monitoring the implementation and application of legislation, i.e., realisation of the oversight function of the National Assembly. The procedure for organising public hearings is regulated by the National Assembly Rules of Procedure.

National Assembly Rules of Procedure, articles 83 and 84
Date Public Hearing
26/01/2023 Presentation of bills to be passed with the aim of adjustment to the Act amending the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia, verified at the republic referendum on 16 January 2022
04/12/2022 PRESENTATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA 2023 BUDGET BILL AND THE BILL ON THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA 2021 BUDGET FINAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT
19/01/2022 Artificial intelligence and man in the new digital era
06/12/2021 Draft Trade Strategy of the Republic of Serbia by 2025
03/12/2021 Implementation of the United Nations Climate Change Conference - COP 26 Agreement in Serbia

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Public Hearings - reports

First Public Hearing of the Committee on Finance, State Budget and Control of Public Spending

Sunday, 4 December 2022 |

The first public hearing of the First Public Hearing of the Committee on Finance, State Budget and Control of Public Spending was held on 4 December 2022, as part of the 10th Committee sitting.

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