President sends law on state-owned real estate back to MPs

President Tomislav Nikolic has sent back to the Serbian assembly a law regulating special conditions of sale of certain state-owned real estate.

Source: Tanjug

His adviser Stanislava Pak has confirmed this for the N1 broadcaster.

Members of the assembly should now reconsider this legislation.

The law was passed on August 31 and regulates the sale of apartments, residential buildings, business premises and business buildings.

While presenting the draft in parliament, Finance Minister said the state will in the coming period, as part of the announced sale of state-owned real estate, offer business premises and apartments that have already been rented out and are not necessary for the state to function.

He said this will not include representative diplomatic offices.

According to Vujovic, this proposal represented the state's attempt to "approach a balance sheet" when it comes to property.


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