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Public administration consists of all institutions, organizations and individuals that have certain public powers, or provide public services.

The public administration reform in Serbia is high among the priorities of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, and the overall goal of the reform is further improvement of the work of the public administration in accordance with the principles of the European Administrative Area, ensuring high quality services for citizens and businesses, creating a public administration that will significantly contribute to economic stability and increasing living standards. Read more

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Serbia is a multinational and multicultural country inhabited, in addition to the majority Serbian population, by persons belonging a number of national minorities and different religious and language groups which differ in their numbers, spatial distribution, ethnic, religious, linguistic, cultural and educational characteristics, customs and other traits. The social and political system of the Republic of Serbia is structured according to the principle of full protection of national minorities, with many new and original solutions which are not found in other countries.

Current term

20

new laws

98%

of data entered in civil records have been converted to an electronic form

23 690

preventive measures imposed by inspectors instead of penalties (by December 1th 2018)

52%

more funds for the Fund for Local Self-Government

37,61%

veći fond za manjine u 2019. godini

960670

times officials exchanged information without asking them from citizens

4850

the candidates passed a professional exam for a year and a half

Digitilisation of civil records

 

To modernise the administration, ensure better communication between institutions and enable more efficient provision of services to citizens, civil records are currently being digitalised. More than 98% of all data relating to citizens in the past 100 years have been converted to an electronic form. As a result, citizens can now obtain their excerpt from the Register of Births from any municipality or city, regardless of the place of their birth.

 

Reforma inspekcijskog nadzora

 

All national inspectorates and 78% of the interviewed local inspectorates believe that application of the Law on Inspection Supervision has contributed to improved inspection work. Businesses have also praised the reform, with just 13% of them stating that inspectorates make their operations more difficult.

 

Civil Records

Civil Records

Civil records are the main official records of citizens’ personal status. They contain entries of the facts of birth, marriage, death and other facts required by the law, as well as any changes in those facts.

 

Register of Administrative Districts

Register of Administrative Districts

An administrative district is formed to carry out state administration tasks outside the headquarters of a state administration authority. There are 29 administrative districts in the Republic of Serbia.

 

Register of Associations

Register of Associations

Citizens of Serbia have the right and possibility to form associations to pursue a common or general objective or interest. The Register of Associations is maintained by the Business Registers Agency.

 

Register of National Councils Of National Minorities

Register of National Councils Of National Minorities

Members of national minorities may elect their national councils to exercise their rights to self-government in culture, education, information and official use of language and script. National councils have been established by members of 20 national minorities.

Register of Political Parties

Register of Political Parties

A political party acquires legal personality and begins its operations on the date of its registration with the Register of Political Parties maintained by the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government.

 

Single Electoral Roll

Single Electoral Roll

The Single Electoral Roll is a single public record of nationals of the Republic of Serbia eligible to vote. It is maintained using modern technology, in the form of an electronic database.

 

Local Self-governments in Serbia

Local Self-governments in Serbia

The system of local self-government is integrated, arranged into 174 local self-government units, and based on the monotypic model of municipality.

 

Special Electoral Roll

Special Electoral Roll

A Special Electoral Roll is an official record of the number of members of a given national minority.

 

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