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English12/03/2019

SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - March 12, 2019

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - The National Assembly adopted the Law on Games of Chance as a matter of urgency on Tuesday. The goal of the piece of legislation is to improve the system of games of chance in Republika Srpska, particularly to improve supervision in this field and expand the scope of business in games of chance and consequently increase the budget revenues by BAM30 million in the course of this year. Minister of Finance Zora Vidovic stated that the company Lutrija Republike Srpske does not have the capacity to organise online games of chance and needs partners for such a job, which is envisaged by the bill. Head of the SNSD caucus Igor Zunic stated that the bill aims to regulate the field so that Republika Srpska can make more money. MP Nedeljko Glamocak of the SDS considers the bill a poor legal solution because it aims to introduce monopoly in games of chance.

BANJALUKA - Representatives of the Ministry of Labour and Veteran and Disabled Persons’ Protection agreed with delegations of the Trade Union Federation, Confederation of Trade Unions and Union of Employers’ Associations that a draft of the general collective bargaining agreement be submitted to all social partners so that they can acquaint their highest bodies with it and take a stance about it until the end of the month.

BANJALUKA - Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic will open the 23rd International Civil Engineering Fair Grames 2019 and Fair of Electrical and Mechanical Industry and Innovations Demi 2019 in Banjaluka on Wednesday.

TESLIC - According to the complete preliminary results, 6,558 voters were in favour of the recall of Teslic Mayor Milan Milicevic, and 10,258 were against, said head of the recall commission Nikolina Ristic.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Police are still searching for four migrants who ran away from the Immigration centre in Istocno Novo Sarajevo on Tuesday, spokeswoman of the Istocno Sarajevo police administration Vesna Stokanovic told Srna.

SARAJEVO - A group of 15 migrants tried to break away from the Immigration Centre in Istocno Novo Sarajevo on Tuesday but thanks to a quick reaction by security guards nine persons were prevented from escaping, reports the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

BANJALUKA - President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev sent warm greetings and best wishes to the Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Milorad Dodik for his 60th birthday and invited him to Azerbaijan.

BANJALUKA - BiH Presidency member Sefik Dzaferovic should have told his guest, the former high representative to BiH Christian Schwarz-Schilling, that Bosnia and Herzegovina does not recognise the self-declared Kosovo and considers Serbia integral with Kosovo part of its territory, SNSD spokesman Radovan Kovacevic told Srna.

SARAJEVO - Chairwoman of the BiH House of Representatives Borjana Kristo told Romanian Ambassador Dana-Manuela Constantinescu that building economic and business cooperation, as well as regional cooperation on security is of key importance for both BiH and Romania.

SARAJEVO - The Court of BiH on Tuesday launched the trial of Ramiz Drekovic, a former commander of the 4th Corps of the so-called Army of BiH, for crimes against Serb civilians committed in Kalinovik in the spring of 1995. The prosecution will bring out 47 witnesses and four forensic experts and present a statement by a deceased witness and extensive material evidence.

SERBIA

NOVI SAD - The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts /SANU/, linguist Dragoljub Petrovic and leader of the Serbian National Council Milorad Pupovac have been awarded the Matica Srpska 2018 award for nurturing the Serbian language culture as decided by the jury in Novi Sad on Tuesday.


REGION

PODGORICA - Berlin and Brussels are impressed by Montenegro’s progress made over the past few years, the German Chancellor Merkel’s foreign policy adviser Jan Hekker stated in a meeting with Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic in Podgorica.

PODGORICA - Businessman Dusko Knezevic, who is wanted by Montenegro on charges of white-collar crime and money laundering, announced filing a lawsuit on March 14 against Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic, who he accuses of leading an organised crime group.

HERCEG NOVI - Tuesday will see the opening of a two-day event Days of Belgrade during the 50th Mimosa Festival in Herceg Novi, where the spirit of Belgrade and its bohemian Skadarlija quarter will be portrayed with music, traditional games and specialities. /end/ds