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The Government of the Republic of Serbia has made a decision to withdraw the Law on Expropriation from the parliamentary procedure, which was returned to the Serbian Parliament for reconsideration by the President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić.

The government will analyze whether and to what extent amendments to the Law on Expropriation are necessary, and only if it is determined that the law needs to be changed, will do so with a broad public debate, involving the professional public, professional associations, business representatives and civil society.

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