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Serbia's Minister of Justice and Public Administration Nikola Selakovic stated that Serbia is ready for the overview of the situation in judiciary, i.e. for the explanatory screening which will start in Brussels on 25 September, as part of negotiations for Serbia’s membership in the EU.
Selakovic announced that he will lead a delegation of Serbia which will attend the start of the explanatory screening, dedicated to chapter 23 that deals with judiciary, fight against corruption and fundamental rights.
He explained that this marks the beginning of a long process of overview of Serbia’s legal system by the European Commission and the EU and added that the importance of the strategies and action plans for the reform of judiciary and the fight against corruption will become very prominent in this process.
The Minister said that on 25 and 26 September EU representatives will present EU regulations regarding chapter 23, noting that this chapter will open the negotiations on Serbia’s membership in the EU and its closing will represent the closing of the entire negotiating process.
According to the Minister, the Serbian delegation will include representatives of the Ministry of Justice and Public Administration, Supreme Court of Cassation, Public Prosecutor’s Office, High Judiciary Council, State Prosecutors’ Council, the Anti-Corruption Agency and many other state and regulatory bodies whose participation and opinion is relevant for the start of negotiations. Government
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