Serbia's opposition suspicious of referendum law changes
By 7 November 2019
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Serbia’s Ministry for Local Government has put proposed changes to the Law on Referendums up for public discussion until November 22 before the law then goes to parliament.
The ministry said the changes, which are expected to be adopted, will revive the use and frequency of referendums in the country by making the rules easier and more in line with the constitution.
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