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LAW ON CIVIL SERVANTS AND STATE EMPLOYEES ABSTRACT
In performing tasks, civil servant and state employee must not discriminate citizens on the grounds of their race, skin colour, nationality, social or ethnic origin, links to a minority ethnic group or national minority, language, religion or convictions, political or other opinion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, health condition, disability, age, wealth status, marital or family status, group affiliation, or assumption about group affiliation, political party or other organization affiliation, as well as on the grounds of other personal features.
Positive or Negative Discrimination
Any positive or negative discrimination of a civil servant and/or state employee regarding his rights and obligations, or deprival or limitation of his rights, particularly on the grounds of political, ethnic, racial or religious affiliation, or on the grounds of another personal feature, contrary to the Constitution and law, shall be prohibited.
SIXTH MONTHLY REPORT ON REALISATION OF COMMITMENTS FROM THE ACTION PLAN
FOR MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS GIVEN IN THE
EUROPEAN COMMISSION’S OPINION
Fourth Monthly Report on Realisation of Commitments from the Action Plan for Monitoring Implementation of Recommendations Given in the European Commission’s Opinion
Based on Article 82 paragraph 1 Item 2 and Article 91 paragraph 1 of the Constitution of Montenegro, the Parliament of Montenegro on 24th convening, in eighth meeting of a first regular session on 9 July 2010, brought