Serbian government postpones platform session

A session of the Serbian cabinet planned for Tuesday, that was to be attended by President Tomislav Nikolić, has been postponed for Wednesday.

Show here the full text of the article

Send comment

  1. "Tanjug learned that it is still uncertain whether the wording of the resolution will refer to the platform itself, or "avoid to formally mention it"."

    When I think that it cannot get crazier (1 document, 2 documents, half will be sent to parliament or not, constant changes, etc.) then suddenly I read a sentence like this. Hahaha, I can't stand this any more. They (Serbia's political class) want us to laugh to death. There can't be any other conclusion. It's so hilarious what comes from Belgrade. The louder becoming rumors about new elections are the icing. SNS is on trip which can be only described the highway to hell. Prepare for impact!
    (Commentator, 8 January 2013 19:57)

    # Comment link

Opinions & Analyses

Origins and implications of Scottish referendum

16.09.2014. | Comments: 0
(Tanjug)

"However the vote goes, unless the nationalists are surprised by an overwhelming defeat, the genie is out of the bottle, and not merely in Britain."

B92 TV

"We may disgree over status, but should not hate each other"

1.08.2014. | Comments: 2
Marko Đurić (Tanjug, file)

"We can disagree over the status (of Kosovo) for the next 200 years, but that does not mean that we should hate each other, that we should not do business with each other."

Press Room

Assembly passes set of new media laws

7.08.2014. | Comments: 0
(Tanjug)

BELGRADE -- Members of the Serbian assembly have adopted a set of media laws - the Public Information and the Media Law, and the laws on Public Media Services and on Electronic Media.