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Source: Politika

Behind the scenes

Everyone who decides to use the data about salaries in state bodies from those institutions' information booklets should be very cautious, because many of them haven't been updated for so long that they could be easily called - sources of disinformation. However, in the  Information booklet of the National Assembly of Serbia, one of the rare data that is correct is the one pertaining to salaries, but only of the MPs, and only because they haven't been corrected for almost four years, because this document has been last time updated in April last year. 

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Source: Danas

Proposal of the Law on Personal Data Protection contains some strange solutions  
Rodoljub Sabic 
Personal attitude  
The National Assembly shall soon discuss the Proposal of the Law on Personal Data Protection. It is good that this is so, due to several reasons. As one would most usually say, adopting that law could bring us closer for a good step to  "White Schengen". Still more important is that this law could (and must) be a basic prerequisite for construction of one legal mechanism that we don't have, and which is necessary to one modern, democratic society. 

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Source: Blic

Each year according to the law, the Commissioner for Information submits report to the National Assembly.  Those report have always, besides else contained recommendations for removing observed shortcomings, including the proposals of necessary changes of the Law on Free Access to Information. All three Reports submitted until now, together with proposals have been unanimously adopted in the Assembly Board in charge. Alongside that, the Commissioner warned the Government of Serbia about the need to change the law. The Government, law mover with „monopolistic“ position has never challenged that evaluation. However, three years have passed, and in the Assembly adequate law proposal did not appear for law change. 

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Source: Blic

After the meeting he had yesterday with the Minister of Justice Ms Snezana Malovic, the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance Rodoljub Sabic still insists that restrictions on providing information to this institution for security reasons included in the Personal Data Protection Bill should be deleted.

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Source: Danas

Rodoljub Sabic, Commissioner for Information of Public Importance 
Executive government has not enforced a single Commissioner's decision for three years. Security Information Agency and the Ministry of Infrastructure the least open for cooperation. Premises sufficient for seven officers.