Committee proposed to monitor election campaign

Program Director of Transparency Serbia Nemanja Nenadić has said that a parliamentary committee should be formed to monitor the upcoming election campaign.

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  1. The inclusion of local and international observers during the upcoming election campaign in Belgrade and Serbia, is welcome, as it is better to have an opinion of independent organizations of the correctness of the process of the campaign and the election process, and to avoid different bias interpretations of different political parties
    (MAKSIM, 2 January 2014 23:41)

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