The ban on employment in the public sector, which has been in effect for six years now, will most probably be abolished in late 2019, Politika writes.
The plan is for a new mechanism of employment in the public sector to be implemented from 2020, according to the so-called HR plans, the Belgrade daily learns unofficially.
This means that the government's commission in charge of approving new employments will no longer be giving the green light. Instead, they will only approve employment plans in state organs. The department that needs new employees will make a plan and send it to the competent ministry, which will then ask for authorization by the Government of Serbia.
The removal of the ban on employment is one of the topics to be discussed by Branko Ruzic and Sinisa Mali, public administration and finance ministers of Serbia, with the IMF Mission, which will stay in Belgrade until February 5.
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