Ombudsman Saša Janković calls on all participants of the election campaign, as well as the citizens who are being addressed in the elections, for maximum responsibility and tolerance, and respect for the letter and spirit of electoral legislation so that the electoral rights of citizens could be exercised in a truly democratic atmosphere.
The Ombudsman particularly condemns any form of violence, considering it dangerous and harmful in many ways and appeals to all electoral competitors, their members and sympathizers to demonstrate in every situation that political power is not won nor defended by fists and force, but arguments. The citizens of Serbia are entitled to, and deserve a dignified political competition, not unseemly and repulsive scenes.
The Ombudsman points out that the public should be truthfully, timely and comprehensively informed about events of public interest. That right of citizens, stipulated by the Constitution, should be respected by all who inform citizens about events using various means of communication - including the political parties, both those in power and those who aspire to power.
The Republican Ombudsman once again reminds us that the election campaign should not see the use of public services and resources, and that it should meet the health and social needs of citizens. There is no place for aggression in "door to door" campaigns , and the pre-election activities in schools and involving students, or in kindergartens, playrooms and similar spaces with children are illegal and utterly inappropriate. Any compulsion, intimidation or bribery of citizens to support or withdraw support to a certain political option is illicit and punishable.
Ombudsman has recently met with the Head of the election observation mission of the OSCE, Ambassador Geert-Hinrich Ahrens, to discuss the implementation and protection of the rights of Serbian citizens in free, democratic elections.

The Ombudsman welcomes the activities of the Ministry of Health and the Directorate of Biomedicine in acting on all the recommendations of the Ombudsman in connection with the storage of stem cells and initiating changes in regulations.
Expert Commission of the Republic for transplantation of cells and tissues emphasized, at the instigation of the Directorate of Biomedicine, the advantages of storing stem cells collected from the umbilical cord blood of the newborn in the national banks, of which the Management Board informed the public.
As stated in the act of the Board, the attitude is formed based on the recommendations of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies, which gives absolute priority to keeping stem cells to public (national) banks, while any other way of storing and donating stem cells is a personal right of each individual.
The Ministry of Health has submitted an initiative for amending the regulations to allocate part of the resources that parents of newborns pay into the budget of the Republic of Serbia as fee for obtaining approval for the export of cord blood to completion and opening of the public cord blood bank in Serbia at the Institute for Health Protection of Mother and Child of Serbia "Dr. Vukan Čupić".

The Ombudsman welcomes the efforts of the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government and the Administrative Inspectorate to act on all recommendations of the Ombudsman, to remove the current flaws and enhance cooperation with citizens and this institution.
In the work to come there will be a timely consideration of all citizens’ addresses and of every complaint of the work of employees, and in accordance with the applicable regulations the applicant should be notified of the position and possible further actions , states the reply of the bodies on the acting on the recommendations of the Ombudsman.
The Chief Administrative Inspector, the Director of the Administrative Inspectorate, adopted a Directive dealing with complaints about the work of the inspectors in order to continue to remove the weaknesses in their work and improve the inspection process.

Strasbourg, 8 July 2015 – “Serbia has to show more resolve in addressing the legacy of the past, to improve the fight against discrimination and to establish a safer media environment” said Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, while releasing the report based on his visit to the country carried out from 16 to 20 March 2015.

The persistent impunity for certain serious human rights violations adversely affects justice and durable peace in the region. “Serbia should urgently address this situation, in particular by strengthening the War Crimes Prosecutor’s Office, guaranteeing effective protection to witnesses and ensuring that all victims of serious human rights violations have effective access to justice and to full and effective reparations. Additional efforts are also needed to resolve the pending cases of missing persons in Serbia and in the region.”

Strasbourg, 5 June 2015 – “The current systems of oversight of national security services in Europe remain largely ineffective. Revelations over the last years about security operations which have violated human rights should have prompted reforms in this field, but progress has been disappointingly slow. European countries must now ensure more democratic and effective oversight of what their security services do and avoid future operations leading to new human rights violations,” said today Nils Muižnieks, Commissioner for Human Rights, while presenting a report on this topic.

The report intends to provide guidance to strengthen human rights protection in the field of security services. It sets forth a number of measures necessary for making national oversight systems more effective and the security services accountable and fully compliant with human rights standards.  “Security service activities impact a variety of human rights, including the right to life, to personal liberty and security, and the prohibition of torture or inhuman, cruel and degrading treatment. They also impinge on the right to privacy and family life, as well as the rights to freedom of expression, association and assembly, and fair trial. It is therefore crucial that security services uphold the rule of law and human rights in undertaking their tasks.”

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