Conditions in which our Commissioner for Information and his foreign colleagues work are as different as night and day.
Since 22 December 2004, the day when Rodoljub Sabic was elected Commissioner for Information of Public Importance, the citizens of Serbia have had an address they can turn to they are not satisfied with the reply of a government institution or if the administration remains silent and does not provide requested information within the time limit set by the law. Mr. Sabic spoke for Danas about his experiences with government institutions, problems, citizens' complaints, silence of administration&
Source: : Danas
The Faculty of Political Science yesterday hosted a round table on media rights in SerbiaBelgrade “An average judge in Serbia will not be familiar with the European Human Rights Convention and the practice of the European Court of Human Rights” said the dean of the Private University School of Law “Union”, Mr. Vladimir Vodinelic, at yesterday's round table “New Media Law in Serbia” held at the Faculty of Political Science. He explained that, as far as the implementation of European standards and media law in Serbia was concerned, “we failed to deliver according to our actual potentials” and warned that media freedom should not lag behind the European standards.