The Supreme Council of Progressives decided at yesterday’s session of the Presidency to nominate Dr. Vladimir Orlić as head of the Assembly of Serbia. The decision was made unanimously, by acclamation, and in the next ten days the SNS leadership should gather again and consider the issue of the mandate of the future government.
As the member of this body, Nikola Selaković, said after the session of the SNS Presidency, the circle for the future leadership of the parliamentary group of progressives, as well as for the position of vice president of the parliament, has been narrowed down to four candidates. They are: Milenko Jovanov, Sandra Božić, Marina Raguš and Nevena Đurić.
– We are going to rejuvenate the personnel, both in the Assembly and in the Government. With the candidacy of Orlić for the position of the speaker of the SNS parliament, it shows what incredible potential lies in our party, the strongest on the political scene of Serbia – said Selaković.
He explained that SNS President Aleksandar Vučić is authorized to hold talks on the future ruling coalition in the coming days. He also announced a new session of the Presidency, where a decision should be made on personnel solutions at Nemanja 11.
The leader of the progressives previously said that two names are currently in play for the future prime minister. For now, the current Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and Finance Minister Sinisa Mal have the best chances. Vučić, however, did not rule out the possibility that the candidate for prime minister would not be from the SNS, but from among the coalition partners of the progressives. Yesterday, Selaković pointed out that it is not yet known who the SNS coalition partners for the new government will be, but he also added that he is convinced that Serbia will get a government that will take care of the interests of the state, all its citizens and the Serbian people as a state-building factor in the best way. .
– Discussions will be held with the representatives of those newspapers with which we see ourselves potentially in the future Government of Serbia. A decision was also made that in 10 days we will hold a new session of the Presidency of the SNS, at which we will declare the policy that the future government will lead, but also the personnel solutions with which the SNS will be represented – said Selaković.
EIGHT YEARS OF DEPARTMENTAL INTERNSHIP
VLADIMIR Orlić, candidate for the Speaker of the Parliament, is the Vice-President of the Main Board of SNS, was born in 1983 in Belgrade, where he graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, and then obtained the title of Doctor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Department of Telecommunications and Information Technologies (2011). . He has been a member of the SNS since 2008, and a member of the National Assembly in several convocations since 2014. In the outgoing convocation, he was the vice-president of the parliament. He completed training and education in the Class of Listeners for Reserve Officers of the Serbian Armed Forces in 2010, where he attained the rank of Reserve Second Lieutenant of the Armed Forces. He is married and has three daughters.
The constitutive session of the Assembly of Serbia is scheduled for tomorrow, on the agenda of which is the confirmation of parliamentary mandates, the election of the President and Vice President of the Assembly. Otherwise, the future convocation of the Serbian Parliament will have seven vice-presidential seats, three of which are reserved for the opposition. According to that proposal, which was clarified yesterday at the consultations of the parliamentary parties, seats will be “shared” by the SNS, SPS, SVM, SPP, SSP, DS and the NADA coalition. What is known for now is that the opposition will propose – the club around Borko Stefanović’s SSP, Božidar Delić’s NADA, and the DS, together with the People’s party, “Ne davimo Beograd” and “Zajedno” – Zoran Lutovac. The stumbling block was the fact that Lutovac was nominated for that position by a group of four parliamentary clubs with 35 deputies, which, since the ruling majority met them, had to make a concession and give up a place in the working bodies of the Assembly.
For now, 15 parliamentary groups have been formed in the parliament. Five presidential seats in parliamentary committees will go to the opposition. The “undisputed” committee is the one for Serbs in the region and the diaspora, which will be led by Zavetnik MP, while Dveri leader Boško Obradović said that they were looking for the Committee for Health and Family.
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