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Više od 180 osnovnih i prečišćenih tekstova propisa Republike Srbije prevedenih na engleski jezik.
Published in the Službeni list SRJ, No. 11/02 of 27 February 2002; Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 72/09 of 3 September 2009 (other law), 97/13 of 6 November 2013 (CC) and 47/18 of 20 June 2018
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  • Scope of the Law
    • Article 1

      The present Law shall regulate the way of exercising the individual and collective rights guaranteed to members of national minorities under the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and the ratified international agreements.

      The present Law shall also regulate the protection of national minorities against any form of discrimination in the exercise of individual rights and freedoms and shall also ensure the exercise of the collective rights of the national minorities to self-government in culture, education, information and the official use of the language and script.

      The rights of the national minorities shall be exercised in line with the law governing the position of the national councils of the national minorities, as well as based on other special laws governing certain areas of the social life which are significant for the national minorities.

      The provincial regulations may establish additional rights of the members of national minorities, in line with the Constitution, and based on the law.

  • Definition of National Minority
    • Article 2

      For the purposes of the present Law, national minority shall be understood to mean any group of citizens of the Republic of Serbia that is representative in terms of its size, although it represents a minority in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, belongs to some of the population groups that have lasting and firm ties with the territory of the Republic of Serbia and the characteristics of which, such as those relating to language, culture, national or ethnic affiliation, descent or religion, make them different from the majority population, and the members of which are characterised by concern for the collective preservation of their common identity, including culture, traditions, language or religion.

      For the purposes of the present Law, national minorities shall be understood to mean all groups of citizens which are referred to or designated as nations, national and ethnic communities, national and ethnic groups and meet the requirements set out in paragraph 1 of this Article.