On 07 May 2021, the Law on the Register of Administrative Procedures (Official Gazette of the RS, No. 44/2021) (hereinafter: the “Law“) entered into force.
The Law regulates the establishment, management and administration, content, manner of use, and other issues of importance for the management of the Register of Administrative Procedures (hereinafter: the “Register“). The Register will cover all administrative procedures for citizens and business entities by January 1, 2025 at the latest.
The Register provides an opportunity to obtain information on the manner of submitting the request, necessary documentation, deadlines for resolving the request, total costs, and all other necessary elements of the procedure, in a fast and clear manner. Also, the Register provides the possibility to download and electronically fill in the application form with the competent administrative body. Therefore, whether it is a matter of obtaining an excerpt from the registry book or a necessary building permit, the Register contains all the data on necessary documentation for obtaining them, which enables easier business and easier communication with the management.
The Register is established and managed by the Republic Secretariat for Public Policies with the technical support of the Office for Information Technology and Electronic Administration.
By-laws for the implementation of the Law will be adopted within 90 days starting from May 7, 2021.
The Commission for Protection of Competition (the Commission) has conducted an unannounced investigation and initiated an ex officio investigation into the violation of competition against the company Polet-keramika Novi Bečej, in order to determine the existence of a restrictive agreement under the Article 10 of the Law on Protection of Competition in the wholesale market […]
The Law on the Use of Renewable Energy Sources came into force a year ago. We have analyzed how far we have come in the implementation of the Law, which bylaws the Government has adopted and what is missing for ZOIE to function in full capacity, in cooperation with the Association of OIE Serbia.
The Commission for Protection of Competition adopted guidelines for the companies in order to harmonize their internal documents with relevant competition rules.