19 / april / 2020.
17 / april / 2020.
Soon, Serbia shall enter the sixth week of living under the state of emergency. The state of emergency was introduced on 15 March and certain human rights and fundamental freedoms were derogated. One month later, several initiatives were filed to the Serbian Constitutional Court asking the Court to examine the constitutionality and legality of certain regulations, among other of the infamous Decision on the Declaration of the State of Emergency
As the Court shall examine these initiatives in the near future, attorney at law Uros Siljanovic took a look into the European Court of Human Rights case law and has singled out few examples that could be of significance in the upcoming decisions making process. Read the full text (in Serbian) here.
30 / march / 2020.
On 15 March 2020, the authorities declared the state of emergency. In practice, such turn of events had a significant affect on labor rights. Extraordinary circumstances raised concerns among citizens, as the regulations in force lack norms that would cover the new situation appropriately. Questions regarding employment, contracts, annexes to contracts, as well as on rights violations, have emerged almost immediately. In order to make the situation more clear and less uncertain, legal practitioners explain rights and obligations of workers, public servants and entrepreneurs. Read the full text (in Serbian) written by Law Scanner team here.
16 / march / 2020.
Click here and read the answers in A Short Guide to the State of Emergency and Restrictions of Human Rights, written by Prof. Violeta Besirevic of the Union University Law School in Belgrade (in Serbian).
01 / january / 2014.