The Assembly 1804-2024

COMMON-LAW POPULAR ASSEMBLIES (1804-1858)


SERBIAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (1858-1918)



SERBIAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AFTER WORLD WAR TWO



Sources:

  • MA Boro Majdanac, National Assembly of Serbia, National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and the Archives of Serbia, Belgrade 2001 first edition and Belgrade 2004 second amended and revised edition
  • Čedomir Mitrinović and Miloš N. Brašić, Yugoslav National Assemblies and Gatherings, National Assemblies of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Belgrade 1937
  • Verica Mihajlović and MA Zoran Radonjić, Two Decades of Multipartism in the Republic of Serbia, Official Gazette, Belgrade 2011
  • Archives of Serbia
  • Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia
  • www.parlament.rs
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tuesday, 23 april
  • 14.00 - the members of the Foreign Affairs Committee meet with a delegation of the Finnish Foreign Affairs Committee (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 2)

  • 14.45 - press conference of the Chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee Marina Ragus and the Chairman of the Finnish Foreign Affairs Committee Kimmo Kiljunen (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)

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