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NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE EU 19. 11. 2019.   >>  14:44 0

NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE EU

Serbia has a chance to open two more chapters

Negotiating Chapter 4 - on free movement of capital, and Chapter 2 - on free movement of labor have the greatest chances of being opened in Serbia's pre-accession negotiations with the EU, announced Radio-Television of Serbia.

In addition, "in the decision-making process" are the Chapter 21 - on Trans-European Networks and the Chapter 14 - on Transport Policy.

RTS also reported that it had access to the latest European Commission report on the state of the rule of law in Serbia. These periodic reports play a key role in deciding whether to open new negotiation chapters.

The latest report states, as RTS reports, that Serbia must accelerate reforms in the area of independence and accountability of the judiciary, freedom of expression, prevention of corruption and the fight against organized crime.

The report notes that Serbia has an "inappropriate political influence on the judiciary" whose announced reform is "on hold" while "seriously delaying" the coordination of anti-corruption policies, amendments to the Law on Financing Political Activities and the Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance.

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