Having completed the consultation process, the Initiative for RECOM launched the second phase of the RECOM Process—the Institutionalization of RECOM. The Regional Team of Public Advocates was established in October 2011. Institutionalization of the Initiative for RECOM entails the transfer of the RECOM Process from civil initiatives to the political level and onto the domain of institutions.
On October 28, 2014, the RECOM delegates submitted to the Coalition for RECOM their Amendments of the RECOM Statute, a document representing a legal framework for the establishment of RECOM. These changes were unanimously supported by the Coalition for RECOM at the Assembly, held on November 14, 2014. In the meantime, elections were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina, whereby new members of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina were elected. In Croatia, too, a new President was appointed. The Coalition for RECOM now ought to once again seek support for RECOM and for the Amendments to the RECOM Statute, since the newly elected members of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Croatian president are not bound by the support of their predecessors. The institutionalization phase is on-going.
Coalition for RECOM support Statute Changes
At its Seventh Assembly, held on November 14, 2014 in Belgrade, the Coalition for RECOM has expressed support for the changes made to the RECOM Statute by the Envoys of the Presidents of Montenegro, Serbia, Croatia, and Kosovo, and the Bosniak and Croatian Members of the Presidency of Bosnia...
The Presidents’ Personal Envoys to RECOM
President of Croatia Ivo Josipović appointed Zlata Đurđević, Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb, on 25 January 2013; President of Macedonia Gjorge Ivanov appointed Luben Arnaudoski, Deputy General Secretary for Legal and Organizational Affairs at the Office of the...
Presidents of Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro Appoint Personal Envoys to RECOM
Croatian President Ivo Josipović, Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov and Montenegrin President...Read more
Presidents of Croatia and Macedonia Appoint Personal Envoys to RECOM
Croatian President Ivo Josipović and Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov have appointed their...Read more
Public Advocacy of RECOM Initiative, Report for July 2011
The Parliament of Montenegro was the first to offer political support to RECOM Initiative. In the...Read more