Marija Obradović is Member of Parliament for Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) since 2012. Vice president of SNS, member of parliamentary Committee of Defense and Internal Affairs, she is one of “liberals” in SNS, as she calls her self.
In interview with N1 she defended the fact that her political group in Parliament conducted in only one legislative process that resulted with Law on Government.
She thinks that opposition, with 30 proposed bills, prefers quantity over quality. Whether that is true or not, a political party that has 93 delegates in National Assembly is more than capable to contribute substantially to the work of this body.
That makes her argument weak and adds to the opinion that Assembly, with SNS holding majority, is conductor to the decisions of the government, not a controlling body. Brutally simplified, there are sitting there and voting “yes” when needed.
Featured image can be found here, where is stated that author is Zoran Žestić, from Tanjug.
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