CROATS ASK FOR EQUAL REPRESENTATION IN ALL RS INSTITUTIONS
BANJA LUKA, April 1 (FENA) –Croatian Delegates Club in the RS Peoples Council raised on Tuesday the issue of the protection of vital national interest regarding the law on pension fund of RS which was adopted by the Assembly, and asked for the amendment to be included in this law relating to the respect of constitutive peoples rights in the managing structure of this fund.
Croatian caucus president Tomislav Tomljanovic stated that in this law an amendment should be included which is in accordance with the Article 70 of RS Constitution in which it is stated that public institutions shall have proportional representation of all constitutive peoples.
Amendment should state that, ”in the naming process for the supervisory board members, the advantage is given to members of other two constitutive peoples provided that they fulfill all necessary conditions”.
Tomljanovic expects for this demand to find understanding in the Council of Peoples.
He mentioned that except on the top of RS institutions, Assembly and Government, there are practically no Croatian representatives in lower levels of authority.
Croatian caucus after the debate on materials adopted at the 18th session of RS NA expressed expectations that after the position of RS Ombudsman from Croatian people is vacant, a public tender for this position shall be announced.
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