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The Community acquis (Acquis Communautaire) is the accumulated legislation, legal acts, and court decisions which constitute the body of European Union law. The aquis is divided into 35 chapters, and negotiations on EU membership is the process during which Serbia, as well as other candidate member states, has to adapt to its legal, economic and social system, reforming national legislation in all of these segments, and the overall social system.

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Good governance

Good governance means respect for the law and treatment of citizens with respect and care. If you want to report irregularities in the work of government authorities and public utilities, depending on the circumstances, you can contact the Office of the Ombudsman, the Office of the Commissioner for Equality or the Anti-Corruption Agency as well as the Office of the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection.
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Code of Ethics

We believe that social change is the basis of our work. Ideas that guide us are not focused on personal gain but for the benefit of a larger group of people and society in general. We believe that all citizens have the same human rights. We support the implementation of relevant international instruments on human rights, in particular the European Convention on Human Rights. We believe that everyone has a personal responsibility to society, which is reflected through an active commitment to the values ​​we share and action for social change that we want to achieve.
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EU Integration

The Community acquis (Acquis Communautaire) is the accumulated legislation, legal acts, and court decisions which constitute the body of European Union law. The aquis is divided into 35 chapters, and negotiations on EU membership of the Republic of Serbia is the process during which Serbia, as well as other candidate member states, has to adapt to its legal, economic and social system, reforming national legislation in all of these segments, and the overall social system.
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