The Government of Serbia withdrew the Law on Expropriation from the parliamentary procedure

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At tonight’s session, the Government of the Republic of Serbia made a decision to withdraw the Law on Expropriation from the parliamentary procedure, which was returned to the Assembly of Serbia for re-decision by the President of the Republic, Aleksandar Vučić.
The Government of the Republic of Serbia will make an analysis of whether amendments to the Law on Expropriation are necessary and, if it is determined that the law needs to be changed, it will do so with a broad public debate involving the professional public, professional associations, business and civil society, it was announced from the Government
At the same session, the Government proposed to the National Assembly amendments to the Law on Referendum and People’s Initiative, in Articles 7, 20, 43 and 44.
The mentioned articles refer to the verification of signatures, the representatives of the authorized proposer in the body for conducting the referendum and the deadline for re-calling the referendum.
The proposal of the Government abolishes the fee for the verification of signatures, it enables the representatives of authorized proposers to be part of the body for conducting the referendum.
Also, according to the proposal, it will not be possible to call a referendum on the same issue in less than four years, and the Serbian Parliament will not be able to make a decision different from the one confirmed in the referendum within four years, eKapija reports.