A Roundtable On ‘Changes To Election Law’

On February 20, 2020, a roundtable on ‘Changes to election law’ was organized by the Foundation for the Serbian People and State. The round table was attended, by Director of the Republic Secretariat for Legislation, Prof. Dejan Đurđević, PhD, as a moderator, President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Maja Gojković, MP of the Assembly of AP Vojvodina Milenko Jovanov, President of the Republic Election Commission Vladimir Dimitrijević, Executive Director of CeSID Bojan Klačar and Executive Director of the Open Society Foundation Serbia Milan Antonijević.
The guests were councilors of the city of Belgrade, as well as members of the municipal, republic and provincial election commissions.



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