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The development of urban legislation in Serbia and England
Obradovi? Tanja,Mitkovi? Petar
Facta Universitatis Series : Architecture and Civil Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/fuace1203315o
Abstract: This paper discusses the development of legislation in the fields of urbanism and construction in Serbia and worldwide (England is used as an example). This development is viewed through characteristic periods and the enacted laws and regulations are systematized. The introduction of urban legislation is recorded in Serbia when the Construction Act of 1931 was enacted whereas in England it was the Town Planning Act of 1909.
Alternative sanctions and new legislation in the Republic of Serbia
Mrvi?-Petrovi? Nata?a
Temida , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/tem0601055m
Abstract: The author is particularly emphasizing peculiarities of the provision on community service as a main penalty (which is foreseen together with the fine and the prison). This solution requires not only the profound regulations in the Law on the execution of the criminal sanctions, but also a careful creation of the by-laws. In the paper, particular attention is paid to the new solutions in the Law on the execution of the criminal sanctions, which aim is to enable the implementation of the community service and the conditional sentence with the protective surveillance. The author states that previous changes of the Criminal Procedure Code, which introduced the principle of opportunity in prosecuting, made a basis for taking victim’s interests related to the redress more into account while starting the prosecution. However, the possibility of using the redress as a basis for the elimination/diversion of the criminal procedure is still not used in an appropriate way in the practice.
Tax system performance in the Republic of Serbia
Djordje Cuzovic
Perspectives of Innovations, Economics and Business , 2009,
Abstract: Determination of Serbia to join and integrate into European Union (EU) calls for further reforms in economic laws and standards, among which, taxation policy takes one of the top places. After many years of preparations and delays, the Republic of Serbia adopted a set of laws in the field of taxation policy. However, achieved results are not sufficient to provide full-fledged tax system consistent in its taxation structure and attractive to FDI.
Immigration of Roma from Republic of Serbia  [cached]
Tatjana Vukeli?
Sfera Politicii , 2013,
Abstract: The questions of immigration are topics of high interest for the contemporary migration studies. Particularly relevant for the Western European countries is the immigration of Roma. This study analyzes the case of Roma asylum-seekers from Republic of Serbia to Federal Republic of Germany, which assumed a new dimension following the visa liberation. Focus of this article are the links among the social, economical, transitional and political conditions of Roma asylum-seeking, as well as an analysis of potential networks and knowledge transfer among Roma. In particular is to be understand if there is any transnational networking between Roma in home countries and abroad as well if Roma asylum-seekers have to be seen as perpetrators or rather victims of the political occurrences in the concerning country.
Mortality rate of adolescents in the Republic of Serbia  [PDF]
Ron?evi? Nevenka,Stojadinovi? Aleksandra
Medicinski Pregled , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/mpns0810503r
Abstract: Introduction. Adolescents are the healthiest age group of the population but many studies show that period of adolescence is marked by significant morbidity and mortality. Health indicators of adolescent population have been getting worse during past decades. The aim of this study was to determine mortality rate of adolescents in the Republic of Serbia to determine most common causes of death in adolescence and to explore regional differences in adolescent mortality. Materials and methods: Documentation tables of vital statistics in the Republic of Serbia in 2004, and Documentation Tables of Census 2002 were used. The causes of mortality were classified according to ICD 10. Results and discussion. Specific morality rate in the Republic of Serbia is 32.08 on 100.000 adolescents. The leading causes of death in adolescence are injuries, malignancies and non specified causes, and there are significant regional differences, as well as gender and age differences. The mortality rate of male adolescents is about 2.4 times higher than the mortality rates in female adolescents. The mortality rate of older adolescents is significantly higher than mortality rate of younger adolescents. The mortality of adolescents is higher in Vojvodina than in Central Serbia. Precise data of external causes of death do not exist in vital statistics in our country. Conclusion. The mortality of adolescents is high, especially for older male adolescents (15 to 19 years of age) and majority of deaths among adolescents could be prevented. It is necessary to improve data of vital statistics to get better insight into causes of adolescent death.
Possibilities of rural development in the Republic of Serbia  [PDF]
Spalevi? Aleksandra
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0902133s
Abstract: Rural territories are specific and complex economic, social, ecological and spatial areas which in the most of the countries occupy over 70 % of national territory and on which live near 50% of the population. Characteristics of the major part of the rural space in our country are: rare settlement, depopulation with distinct trend of demographic extinction, as well as high old age of the population, considerable presence of daily migrations of non-agricultural and young population, and also slight equipment with traffic, utility and objects of living standards, domination of agriculture and slight diversification of the rest productive and unproductive activities and similar. Neglect of the country settlements, as well as intolerant relation toward rural space in general, have initiated increase of worry about their planning in Serbia which has manifested intensively only in last decade of the past century. That worry is encouraged also by European regional politics which dedicate significant attention to rural area and its development, agriculture and its alternative activities. Condition in which Serbian rural area is and exploration of possibilities for his overcoming presents sufficient motive for production of this work. The purpose of work is to show goals and measures of rural development with special retrospect on undeveloped territories, because those are the ones with the largest percentage of country and agricultural population and ecological they belong to the healthiest area of Republic of Serbia.
Priorities of foreign policy strategy of the Republic of Serbia
?ukanovi? Dragan,La?evac Ivona
Medjunarodni Problemi , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/medjp0903343d
Abstract: In this article, the authors point to the basic priorities the future foreign policy of the Republic of Serbia should include. They point out that a basic social and political consensus on the most important foreign policy objectives should be primarily achieved. Afterwards, the way of tactical and operational implementation of the set objectives should be defined within the strategy specifying the constitutional and legal institutional frameworks for its implementation. Considerable attention is devoted to the positioning of the Republic of Serbia to the European Union and NATO, the United States of America and the Russian Federation as well as to the participation of Serbia in the work of universal and regional organizations. The paper also analyses the bilateral and multilateral relations in the Western Balkans region.
Geosector Status Overview in the Republic of Serbia
Marija RA?KOVI?,Ivan ALEKSI?
Geonauka , 2013,
Abstract: Organizations operating in geosector in the Republic of Serbia are gathered around a common goal – the establishment of geodata infrastructure at the national level. State of play was done as one of the tasks in order to conduct proper planning and establishment. Questionnaire included 80 organizations from all levels of government, public enterprises, academic institutions, and other entities doing business with geodata. Results were statistically presented and the expert analysis was conducted with recommendations for further development. Basic technical and staff capacity of the geosector organizations in general are on satisfactory level, while a few leading authorities are significantly stands out and they are also major holders of production and distribution of the geodata. Existing production is a solid base for the further development as most of geodata sets have digital form, state coordinate system, and to a great extent already participating in the exchange. Elimination of the production overlapping and improvement of sharing are the main fields to be addressed. Defining, introduction and implementation of the standards, as well as more intensive activities on implementation of metadata are key factors of the improvement of geosector conditions. Referent data defining with corresponding national sources and stable financing will additionally introduce favorable conditions for the geosector development. Stated results and recommendations are only part of the comprehensive examination, which is presented in this paper.
Strategic approach to waste management planning in the Republic of Serbia: Current situation and prospects  [PDF]
Filipovi? Dejan,Obradovi?-Arsi? Danijela
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1204143f
Abstract: For the last couple of years the Republic of Serbia adopted the basic postulates of waste management compliant with EU experiences. Waste management system involves a set of measures and activities aimed at waste quantities reduction, its reuse, appropriate waste handling and hygienic disposal of the remaining waste. All the mentioned processes, within the waste management system, have been defined by strategic and planning documents adopted at the state level. The strategic and planning documents come from primary legislation and from a series of by-laws adopted in the last three to four years. This paper provides a strategic approach to waste management planning by way of the analysis of documents and policies and the analysis of the current situation of municipal waste and special waste streams management. Specific guidelines have been recommended i.e. the prospects of waste management have been analyzed taking into account the current level of development, on the one side, and the necessity of regarding the standards and principles of sustainable waste management in accordance with EU experiences, on the other side. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 176017]
Chemical Industry and Chemical Engineering Quarterly , 2008,
Abstract: This paper discusses the air quality control in the current legislation of the Republic of Serbia and compares it with the relevant EU legislation, Framework and Daughter Directives of the air quality monitoring and management. QA/QC components, instrumentation and methodologies of the air quality control in RS are not yet structured and harmonized with EU requirements. The limit and target values for air pollutants notified in EU legislation may be partly comparable with relevant requirements in RS legislation.
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