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The Commissioner for the Protection of Equality marked ten years since the establishment of the institution

The current commissioner Brankica Janković said that a lot has been done in ten years of existence of this institution and assessed that the Serbian society today is more ready to accept the diversity, but that a lot still needs to be done – because, as she said, there is no real equality “prejudices and customs” are stronger than the law.

On 27 May, the five-year mandate of the commissioner expired. The President of the Assembly of Serbia, Maja Gojković, said that she had already initiated the procedure for re-election, ie the election of a new commissioner, for which the deputies have three months.

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