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Enough is Enough Checking for Changes at Parliament Session

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Archive / News | 02.03.20 | access_time 13:25

Enough Movement / Dosta je bilo

In a March 2 announcement, the Enough is Enough movement said they will attend the preparatory part of the last sitting of the National Assembly before the elections, to see if there have been any real changes in the authorities’ attitude toward their MPs, who for four years have been trying to have at least one of their proposals included in the agenda.

According to the statement, the movement’s  MPs have submitted 40 proposals, among which were amendments to laws that should improve election control and prevent electoral fraud; prohibition of the construction of small hydropower plants; provision of free school textbooks and free kindergarten for all children in Serbia; ensuring media pluralism; protection of conscientious gun owners’ rights, as well as a law on Kosovo and Metohija.

“Since the first convening in June 2016 to this day, the ruling majority hasn’t allowed the opposition to add a single item to the agenda. Despite the government’s boasting that it let Nenad Canak and Gordana Comic each have a proposed item accepted, the citizens know that [Canak and Comic] are the authorities’ satellite opposition,” the statement adds.

Gathering for their first session of the First Regular Sitting of the National Assembly of Serbia in 2020, the MPs were welcomed by an honor guard unit at the building’s entrance, while the session opened with the national anthem played inside the assembly hall.

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