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Mr Aleksandar ŠEŠELJ

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Representative
Member of Parliament
Serbian Radical Party

National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
RS - 11000 - Belgrade
Serbia

aleksandar.seselj@srpskaradikalnastranka.rs
www.parlament.rs

Working language: English

Roles

Membership of political groups

  • Member: Members not belonging to a Political Group

Assembly Member

  • since 24/11/2017 Representative-Serbia

MP's role(s) in Committee(s) and Sub-Committee(s)

  • Full Member: Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development
  • Alternate of Ms Jasmina OBRADOVIĆ (Full Member): Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media

Interventions

Last speeches

31/01/2020 | 12:33:35 Thank you. Distinguished colleagues, Today we are debating on organ transplant tourism. It looks like everybody has forgotten about the resolution 1782 from 2011 "Investigation of allegations of inhuman treatment of people and illicit trafficking in human organs in Kosovo and Metohija" and the Dick Marty report. The resolution states that numerous concrete and convergent indications confirm that some Serbians and some Kosovo Albanians were held prisoner in secret places of detention under the KL... 04/10/2019 | 12:24:35 Ladies and gentlemen, Twenty years ago, the NATO coalition brutally bombed my country, the Republic of Serbia, and during the campaign of aggression killed more than 2500 people, and inflicted material damage estimated at more than 100 billion US dollars. This action represents a violation of international law because there was no consent of the United Nations Security Council for this intervention. For more than twenty years NATO and their partners in crime, the terrorist organization KLA –Koso... 28/06/2019 | 12:01:52 Dear colleagues, Regarding the current situation in Montenegro, I must inform you that the regime of Milo Đukanović is doing everything in its power to erase the Serbian community living in Montenegro. From the Montenegro referendum in 2006, which he manipulated, the Serbs in Montenegro are second-class citizens if they are citizens at all. They cannot find employment in public service and they are under strong pressure to declare as Montenegrins. More than 30% of the population the last census ...

Activities