At the 22nd Regular Session, the Resolution on the Protection of the Constitutional Order and the Proclamation of Military Neutrality was adopted
The representatives of the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska adopted the Resolution on the Protection of the Constitutional Order and the Proclamation of the Military Neutrality of Republic of Srpska at the 22nd Regular Session. 44 Members of Parliament voted for the resolution. No one was opposed and no one abstained.
The Resolution defines the neutrality of the Republic in relation to existing military alliances. The Resolution states that the territory of Srpska can not be alienated in any way by the Constitution and the law, nor can it be established and enlisted in another property.
This document specifies that Srpska is committed to coordinating any future status with Serbia as a signatory to the Dayton Peace Agreement.
The MPs also adopted the Law on the Solidarity Fund for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, conditions and injuries of children abroad, the proposal of the President of the Republic.
This law should allow diagnostics and treatment of sick children in foreign countries where health facilities are operating where possible.
The provisions of this law refer to children who are insured by the Health Insurance Fund of Srpska, which is not able to provide adequate health care services in health institutions in Srpska, as well as in other health institutions with whom the HIF has a signed contract.
The Law on Amendments to the Companies Act and the amendments to the Law on Railways of the Republic of Srpska were adopted, which defines the implementation of the restructuring process of this company.
The MPs, with 45 votes in favor, adopted the Consolidated Budget Execution Report for the period 01.01-30.6.2017.
At the 22nd Regular session, the deputies also adopted amendments to the Law on Courts of the Republic of Srpska, the Law on Amendments to the Law on Violations of Republic of Srpska, the Law on Amendments to the Law on Communal Activities.
The deputies adopted the Report on the work of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republic of Srpska for the first six months of 2017 and the Report of the Guarantee Fund of Republic of Srpska a.d. Banja Luka on work and management for 2016.
The Decision on Adoption of the Proposal of the Spatial Plan of the Special Purpose Area "Klekovača" was adopted, as well as the Decision on the adoption of the Draft Plan for the Special Purpose Area "Aerodrom Banja Luka"; which is sent on a public hearing for 60 days.
Decision on granting of special authorization No. 02/1 - 021 - 124/17 of 9 February 2017 was abolished and Conclusion on the Report of the Republic Commission for the conduct of a referendum on the result of the republic referendum on the question: "Do you support January 9 to be celebrated as the Republic of Srpska Day? number: 02/1 - 021 - 125/17 "dated February 9, 2017.
The National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska has received the Report of the Supreme Office for of the Republic of Srpska on the conducted financial audit of the Consolidated Annual Financial Statements for the users of the Republika Srpska Budget for the period 01.01. - 12/31/2016. and adopted the Annual Audit Report of the Supreme Office of the Republic of Srpska Public sector of the Republic of Srpska for 2017.
The agenda item "Interpellation for the Review of the Economic Policy of the Government of the Republic of Srpska" was concluded without any decision, in accordance with the Article 294, Rules of Procedure.
Members of Parliament received the Annual Report of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina for 2016, submitted by the President of the HJPC Milan Tegeltija at the session.
The National Assembly elected the acting Chief Auditor Jovo Radukić until the completion of the Chief Auditor's election procedure.
The following members were elected to the Commission for the election of the Chief Auditor and the Deputy Auditor General of Republic of Srpska: Željka Stojičić, Vukota Govedarica, Slavko Gligorić, Nedeljko Milaković and Dragan Čavić.
The National Assembly dismissed Borislav Jeličić as the deputy attorney of Republic of Srpska, the seat of the deputy in Banja Luka.
Goran Račić was elected as the chairman of the Management Board of the Insurance Agency, and for members Ranko Mijić and Boško Mekinjić.
The National Assembly elected Dragica Radović, bachelor of Laws, from Foča, as the Ombudsman for children.
Several draft laws were adopted: Draft Law on Spas, Draft Law on Amendments to the Law on Foreign Exchange Operations, and Draft Law on Amendments to the Law on Pension Reserve Fund of Republic of Srpska.
Members of the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska continued on Tuesday, October 17, the sitting in the Small Hall after the opposition members took working desk of the National Assembly Presidency in the Great Hall and preventedthe work by whistling. Subsequently, in accordance with Article 165 of the Rules of Procedure, the President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska Nedeljko Čubrilović pronounced the removal measures from the session to the following deputies:
Dušan Berić, Snježana Božić, Branko Butulija, Dragomir Vasić, Nikola Gavrić, Nedeljko Glamočak, Vukota Govedarica, Siniša Ilić, Stevo Joksimović, Milanko Mihailica, Novak Motika, Slađana Nikolić, Igor Ostojić, Nade Planinčević, Miladin Stanić, Davor Šešić, Želimir Nešković, Branislav Borenović, Perica Bundalo, Miroslav Brčkalo, Dragan Galić, Milenko Vićanović, Milan Švraka, Adam Šukalo, Zorka Andrić, Krsto Jandrić, Zdravko Krsmanović and Dragan Čavić.
44 deputies voted in favor of the removal, there were no votes against and abstentions.
Article 165 of the Rules of Procedure defines:
„Sending away from the sitting is pronounced to a member of parliament or other member in deliberation who, after being taken away the right to speek, disrupts or prevents the work at the sitting, does not respect the decision of the President of the National Assembly on taking away the right to speek, or continues to do other violations pursuant to the Article 163 of this Rules of Procedure, as well as in other cases as regulated by this Rules of Procedures.
Sending away from the sitting can be pronounced to a member of parliament or other member in deliberation even without previously pronounced measures in case of a physical attack, that is, other similar act which jeopardises physical or moral integrity of participants of the sitting in the building of the National Assembly.