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Progressives Take the Helm of Parliament’s Finance and Environmental Committees

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News / Politics | 02.04.24 | access_time 17:17

Serbian parliament (BETAPHOTO/Ana Slovic)

Veroljub Arsic from the parliamentary group “Aleksandar Vucic – Serbia Must Not Stop” has been reappointed chairman of the Finance, Budget and Public Funds Oversight Committee, while his deputy will be Dusan Bajatovic from the caucus “Ivica Dacic – the Socialist Party of Serbia.” 

The Foreign Affairs Committee will be chaired by Marina Ragus from the parliamentary group of the Serbian Progressive Party “Aleksandar Vucic – Serbia Must Not Stop,” while her deputy will be Stefan Krkobabic from the caucus “POKS – Solidarity and Justice.” 

Danijela Vujicic from the Progressives parliamentary group will replace Milovan Drecun, longtime chairman of the Kosovo and Metohija Committee. The debate on this post was marked by a heated discussion between MPs of the opposition and the ruling parties. 

Milimir Vujadinovic from the Progressives will take the helm of the Environmental Protection Committee. Marjan Risticevic, who was presiding the committee until election of new chairman, wished Vujadinoic that lithium extraction project, applying highest standards in environmental protection, be launched during his mandate. 

Jelena Zaric from the Serbian Progressive Party will be in charge of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs, while the Committee on Education, Science, Technological Development, and Information Society will be chaired by Bogdana Grifit Koljevic from the parliamentary group “We – The Power of the People - Prof. Dr Branimir Nestorovic.”

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