Parliament Announces Committees for Mamula and Kraljicina Beach

By , 06 Apr 2018, 23:14 PM Politics
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Parliament announced that they would form temporary committees at the next session, which will follow up with the realization of the projects Kraljicina beach and Mamula. 

The chairman of Parliament, Ivan Brajovic, stated that these committees should have been formed during the last assembly but since they were not discussed, they will be at one of the next sessions. The two documents were adopted on the 29th of December 2015.

“According to the accepted documents back then, temporary committees should have been formed eight days from the publication of the resolutions in the 'Official Gazette' with a specific duty to follow up the realization of these resolutions”, stated Parliament. 

The statement that the two committees should have been formed in the eight days after the publication of the resolution in the 'Official Gazette' is not correct. Precisely, in these documents, it is written that these resolutions become valid on the eighth day of the publication in the “Official Gazette'. 

Parliament stated that “if the delegates from the oppositional parties do not show any interest in participating in these committees, during the formation of these groups, Parliament will apply recommendations from OEBS/ODIHR, and responsibly and professionally carry out the activities from its jurisdiction.” In favor of the two contracts was the Positive party, DPS, LP, minority parties and independent delegates Damir Sehovic and Mico Orlandic. Against the same were the delegates from the opposition and SDP.

Text by Marija Mirjacic, on April 5th, 2018, read more at Vijesti

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