1. The neo-liberal lobby is boiling over my comments?
    I never said that there was no need for an overhaul of Serbia’s labour law but I said that the actual proposal is very bad and would transform Serbia in a kind of European Bangladesh!
    “The draft labor law would have gotten the law closer to that of a normal European country.”
    Completely wrong!
    Where else would you be served reduced salary being on paid holidays?
    Where else would you get reduced salary when being on sick leave due to a WORK ACCIDENT?
    Etc…..
    I’m not an SNS bot either! I don’t support this party since they’re leading Serbia in the wrong direction, in fact, the same direction as DS (have you noticed?)
    “…you were spamming how the law "must be adopted" and what a "good job" Radulović was doing.”
    Could you please quote my comment on this topic? I must have been drunk
    LMAO
    (Joachim, 29 January 2014 13:19)

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  2. Serbia's labor law is the most rigid and anti-employment in Europe. This doesn't help Serbia's competitiveness or economic growth, and it kills jobs. The draft labor law would have gotten the law closer to that of a normal European country. It, along with the privatization and bankruptcy laws, was killed by the trade unions who protect their members: workers (or non-workers) in government and public enterprises. And the unions stopped everyone else from being heard about the law: small business owners, the unemployed, young people...
    (Joachim's sister, 29 January 2014 08:06)

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  3. LOL at the SNS-bot (Joachim) for backpedaling now when Vućić is threatened. Just a few days ago you were spamming how the law "must be adopted" and what a "good job" Radulović was doing.

    Radulović is right though. Vućić is too busy worring about his popularity and micromanaging to actually make any reforms.
    (Smiley, 29 January 2014 04:43)

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  4. There is widespread opposition to this bad reforms of the labor law.
    The good thing is that this guy isn't in charge of anything anymore but the projected changes to the labor law have to be killed as well and negociated with the labor unions.
    (Joachim, 28 January 2014 17:08)

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