Students of Law from Eastern Sarajevo visited the Parliament and attended the Fourth Regular Session
Within the Open Days Programe, students of the Faculty of Law at the University of East Sarajevo visited the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska, who had the honor to attend the Fourth Regular Session of the Parliament.
Law students, 40 of them, had the opportunity to visit plenary hall of the parliament, and in the Small hall Nedeljko Čubrilović, the President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska, addressed them, in the presence of Deputy Speaker of the Parliament Sonja Karadžić Jovičević, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Srpska and Minister of Justice Anton Kasipović and the Minister of Education, Scientific and Technological Development and Information Society of the Republic of Srpska Srđan Rajčević and the Secretary General of the Government of the Republic of Srpska Siniša Karan.
President Čubrilović told students that their perspective and future should be in Srpska, and invited them to apply for participation in the program of student internship in the Parliament.
"The National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska is at the disposal of the students for acquiring new practice and some new knowledge," said President Čubrilović who informed the students about the work of the National Assembly, its organization and structure.
President Čubrilović pointed out that the Republic of Srpska parliament is the most efficient parliament in BiH.
He said that students attended part of the session of the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska and saw how the Parliament was doing, expressing the expectations that they had learned the best lessons.
The Minister of Justice Anton Kasipović said in addressing students that they should work on their own, and that they are working more on studying EU legal practice and regulations.
"In addition to books, lessons and knowledge that will be taught by those who teach you, you need to learn and work on your own. The more knowledge and personal competencies this will make your career more successful, "said Kasipović.
Srdjan Rajčević, Minister of Higher Education, Scientific and Technological Development and Information Society of the Republic of Srpska, told the students that the Republic of Srpska is the most efficient part of BiH, and that most of this efficiency is made by the work of the Parliament.
"The goal is to come up with a dynamic and flexible higher education system and the need to turn more to natural science and to something that has some real value in the sense that students after completing undergraduate studies can find a job immediately," said Rajčević.