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    • BCSP membership in the Joint Consultative Committee

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    • Date: 20 May 2014
      BCSP Director Sonja Stojanović Gajić won the largest number of votes needed for membership in the Joint Consultative Committee dealing with the priority area of the Rule of Law.
      BCSP Director Sonja Stojanovic Gajic
      BCSP Director Sonja Stojanovic Gajic

      „As a representative of Serbian civil society, I hope to be successful in showing that civil society is a competent participant in the process of Serbia’s accession to the European Union, but also to point out some systemic problems in the area of Rule of Law in Serbia in direct dialogue with member states. I appeal to all organizations dealing with topics in this area to contact me if they have some suggestions or topics that could be discussed in the Committee“, stated BSCP Director Sonja Stojanovic Gajic.

      There were 15 candidates for three priority areas, and 402 civil society organizations voted in total. For the priority area of the Rule of Law, BCSP Director won the largest number of votes.

      The complete results of the voting can be found at the official website of the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society of Government of Republic of Serbia.

      Belgrade Centre for Security Policy wishes to thank to all CSOs that voted for Sonja Stojanović Gajićand allowed BCSP to contribute to a more significant participation of civil society in the decision-making process at the European level.

      After the deadline for checking voting process documentation, he Office for Cooperation with Civil Society will suggest to the Government of the Republic of Serbia three candidates with the highest number of votes for each priority area, in order to be nominated for the membership in Joint Consultative Committee.

      The EU-Serbia Civil Society Joint Consultative Committee gathers representatives of the European Economic and Social Committee and representatives of social partners and CSOs in the Republic of Serbia. This mechanism will contribute to the participation of civil society in the decision-making process at the European level, but also transfer and promote European values in Serbia.

       

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