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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - January 21, 2020




BANJALUKA, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska National Assembly Deputy Speaker, Milan Petković, said today that he had submitted two draft laws to parliamentary assembly whose adoption would end "white bread" for elected and appointed persons who are entitled to salary, taxes and contributions paid a half-year term after termination of office.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - An integrated system for online permitting in civil engineering in Republika Srpska, to be operational as of April, was presented today in Banjaluka to the representatives of the republic institutions and the cities of Banjaluka and Gradiška that are part of a pilot project shifting such permits into electronic form.


SARAJEVO, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - President of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council /HJPC/ of BiH, Milan Tegeltija, says the BiH House of Representatives is not the superior to the HJPC, but is only one of the legislative bodies being informed about the report by that judicial institution, therefore the conclusion that the document was not taken into account is not of formal-legal significance.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - Last year’s foreign trade deficit in BiH amounted to just over BAM 8 billion, with export-to-import ratio of 58.9 percent, the BiH Agency of Statistics announced.


BELGRADE, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - Serbia has no coronavirus-infected people and there is no danger of spreading the virus whose outbreak has recently hit China, Health Minister Zlatibor Lončar said today.

BELGRADE, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić via Twitter for displaying a flag with the Shield of David next to the Serbian flag on the Serbian Presidency building.

BELGRADE, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - After all, His Grace Patriarch Irinej of Serbia is not visiting Pljevlja on Sunday, January 26, the Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarchate /SOC/ confirmed to Sputnik.


BELGRADE, JANUARY 21 /SRNA/ - Coordination of Serb associations of families of missing and killed persons from the former Yugoslavia has voiced indignation that no one in Croatia has been prosecuted for the criminal operation conducted by the Croatian army "Maslenica 93", in which 348 Serbs were either killed or went missing, 55 of whom were civilians, including 34 women and three children up to the age of 12. /end/vos