Consultations on constitutional changes in Serbia began today in the Serbian Parliament at 9:00 am.
The meeting was attended by Parliament Speaker Ivica Dačić, Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, Minister of Justice Maja Popović, Chairman of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs and Legislation Jelena Zarić Kovačević and others.
Deputies recently approved the Serbian government’s proposal to amend the Constitution, public hearings were held in several cities in Serbia, and now it is the turn of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs to draft amendments, ie the text of the amendments to the Constitution.
The supreme legislative act takes place in the field of justice and deals with the manner of electing judges and prosecutors.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić told parliament on June 7th that “changes to the Constitution in the field of justice, which lead to European integration, are mainly for the benefit of the people, as they will improve their quality of life and hope to create a the wider social consensus ”.
Brnabić stated that “the public debate on the proposed changes to the Constitution lasted 18 months” and expressed the hope that “the assembly, which insisted on finding a common denominator to reach a broader possible social consensus on how to amend the Constitution in the field of justice, such an agreement will be reached and that is how the referendum will be held “./ibna