Deadline for dissolution of Serbia's National Assembly is February 15
The parliament should be dissolved 45 days before the elections, and if the elections are held on April 3, it means that the deadline for dissolving the parliament and calling elections is mid-February - announced the President of the Assembly Ivica Dacic
President of the National Assembly Ivica Dacic has said that the parliament should be dissolved 45 days before the elections, and if the elections are held on April 3, it means that the deadline for dissolving the parliament and calling the elections is February 15.
Summing up the results of the fall session, Dacic told at a conference held in the Serbian parliament that the president of the republic is the one who does that (calls parliamentary election), while he, as the president of the Assembly announces elections for the Belgrade City Assembly and other local governments.
As the president of the National Assembly, Dacic is also the one who calls elections for the president of the Republic, and that, he says, can happen 90 days before his mandate expires.
He explained that constitutional changes cannot be transferred from one composition of parliament to another.
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