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Serbia – Standards – Disclosure – Public

Serbia – Standards – Disclosure – Public

19. A whistleblower may disclose information to the public at large without having previously disclosed it to an employer or competent authority in the event of an immediate threat to life, public health, and safety, the environment, to causing large-scale damage, or if there is an immediate threat to destroying the evidence.

When blowing the whistle to the public at large, a whistleblower shall be required to comply with the principle of presumption of innocence of an accused, the right to personal data protection, as well as not to hinder the conduct of the court proceedings.

Referenced Legislation: Law on the Protection of Whistleblowers (2014)

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