Insight

"Longest journey starts with first step"

Serbia’s new Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Government, is confronted by major challenges, from the establishment of the Academy of Public Administration, the implementation of the Law on Administrative Procedure, implementation of the Law on Inspection Oversight, amendments to the Law on Local Self-Government, to the implementing of a transparent system for financing local government, a system of work, personnel structure and a way of financing and reducing the administration.

Interviews Wednesday, September 14, 2016 13:56 Comments: 0

Informer's dangerous pamphlets

It's been almost half a year since it falsely alarmed Serbia with warnings of imminent danger of a coup - and Informer has been once again manipulating the alarm bells in a seasonal fashion, saying that it has "solid evidence" of a new attempt to create chaos in Serbia and topple Aleksandar Vucic.

Opinions & Analyses Friday, June 17, 2016 12:23 Comments: 3

If EU recovers, "conditions for entry could get tougher"

British analyst and Balkans expert James Ker-Lindsay spoke for B92.net about whether Serbia should be worried about the statements coming from some British officials, whether he is disappointed by Croatia's blockade of Serbia, and about recognizing Kosovo as a condition for EU membership.

Interviews Monday, May 9, 2016 11:01 Comments: 3
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