01 November 2016
The Discussion Panel entitled „Constitution of the Republic of Serbia since 2006 - Adventages and Limitations" was held at the Conference Hall of the Institute of International Politics and Economics, on November 1st 2016. The Panel was organized in cooperation with the Institute of Comparative Law. After opening speeches were given by Mr. Dragan Đukanović, Assistant Director of Scientific and Research dpt. of IIPE and Mr. Jovan Ćirić, Director of the Institute of Comparative Law, the panel concluded five sessions. Presenters were Prof. Vladan Petrov, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Mr. Vladimir Đurić, PhD, the Institute of Comparative Law, Prof. Olivera Vučić, judge on the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia, Mr. Dragan Đukanović, Senior Research Fellow of IIPE and Mr. Oliver Nikolić, PhD, the Institute of Comparative Law. Topics that were discussed, related to the characteristics of the Serbia's Constitution of 2006 and the constitutional identity of the Republic of Serbia, position of the constitutional courts in the constitutional system of the Republic of Serbia, Constitution in the context of European integration and human and minority rights and freedoms.