Vice-President Sulic held a “Parliamentary lesson” to members of the Association “Initiative of Gradiska”

07.04.2022 - 12:15

Vice-President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska, Denis Sulic, within the project “Open doors Day”, has been a host to the members of the Association ”Initiative for Gradiska-GRIN” as well as to the members of the Local Democracy School from Gradiska.

Sulic held a Parliamentary lesson where he talked to young activists about the organization and the work of the National Assembly and the parliamentary procedures and also the importance of the Parliament for development of The Republic of Srpska and local governments.

“Young people have to involve more actively in the process of increasing and developing of The Republic of Srpska, exactly its institutions and local communities,” said Sulic.

He told that it is an honour and pleasure hosting young people and informing them on the work of the National Assembly, the highest legislative institution in the Republic of Srpska. Sulic stressed that the Project named “School of Local Democracy” is being implemented in Gradiska, aimed for young people who have the right to vote for the first time, and they are being informed on political processes.

The president of the Citizens’ Association “Initiative of Gradiska -GRIN”, Djordje Latincic said that young people from Gradiska are well informed on the work of the National Assembly. “Young people have to know what their chosen representatives do. It is necessary for young people from all municipalities in The Republic of Srpska to come and visit National Assembly and get informed on its work,” he pointed out.