Seven parliamentary groups formed in Serbian Assembly: These are the leaders and their deputies
The president of the parliamentary group "Aleksandar Vucic - For our Children" is Aleksandar Martinovic, while his deputy is Vladimir Orlic; the president of the parliamentary group of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) is Ivica Dacic, with deputy president Djordje Milicevic
Seven parliamentary groups have been formed in the Serbian National Assembly, it has been announced on the parliament's website.
The president of the parliamentary group "Aleksandar Vucic - For our Children" is Aleksandar Martinovic, while his deputy is Vladimir Orlic; the president of the parliamentary group of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) is Ivica Dacic, with deputy president Djordje Milicevicic.
The third parliamentary group is SPAS, headed by Marina Ragus, with Radovan Tvrdisic as her deputy.
The president of the parliamentary group of United Serbia (Jedinstvena Srbija, JS) is Dragan Markovic, his deputy is Zivota Starcevic, while the parliamentary group of the Social Democratic Party of Serbia is led by Branimir Jovanovic, with Natasa Vacic Mihailovic as his deputy.
The head of MPs from the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians is Balint Pasztor, while the deputy is Elvira Kovac.
The parliamentary group of PUPS,"Tri P" ("Three P") has also been formed, headed by Milan Krkobabic and deputy leader Mira Petrovic.
A parliamentary group, according to the Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly, must have at least five members (people's deputies, MPs).
The first session of the parliament could continue early next week, with election of the president and vice president of the Assembly, the appointment of the general secretary and the formation of working bodies on the agenda.
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