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Denial Print E-mail
02.06.2015 The Association “Transparency International-Macedonia” denies the allegations published in the daily newspaper Dnevnik, in the article entitled "The Netherlands is supporting, Taseva requires amnesty for Zaev and Verusevski?" signed by the journalists Lepa Georgievska and Katerina Neshkova, published in the online edition on 01.06.2015 and in the print edition of 06.02.2015 year.
We deny that the Association Transparency International Macedonia is working on projects funded by the Foundation "Open Society Macedonia", better known to the public as “Soros”. The association has never applied, nor received a grant from this foundation. In this you can be assured from the audit reports available at the following link:http://www.transparency.mk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=502&Itemid=84
We denie that the campaign for whistleblowers started in order to protect certain individuals in Macedonian politics and that is associated with the court decision on the case "Putsch". The campaign is implemented within the project "Advocacy and Protection of the Whistleblowers, including the media and civil society" which started on 15.11.2014, a few months before the first publication of the wiretapped calls.
Due to the falseness of the allegations made in this article, TI-Macedonia will submit Request for an apology and publicly withdrawal of the published text and complaint for defamation.

Platform of Civil Society Organizations for Fight against Corruption Print E-mail
Call for the relevant institutions to act upon the alleged malpractices, unlawful treatment, corruption and violation of human rights revealed in the published telephone communications    

25.03.2015 We, the CSOs members of the Platform for Fight against Corruption, are closely monitoring of the activities for publishing recorded telephone communications.

We believe that the published records should be investigated, due to existing basis for suspicion for illegal phone-tapping, and for the purpose of determining the person/entity that has recorded the conversations and violated the privacy of the citizens.
New EU Commission should walk the talk of transparency in its enlargement negotiations Print E-mail

ec.jpg 06.11.2014 On 1 November the new European Commission will officially commence its work for a five year term. The new college of 27 commissioners, led by President Jean Claude Junker, has committed to place transparency at the top of its agenda. The commission should make sure that its big talk about transparency and openness also applies to enlargement negotiations with the candidate and potential candidate countries.

EU integration has been and remains a major driver of anti-corruption efforts in countries aspiring to join the EU. Although it has been made clear that no new country will be joining the EU during the five year term of this commission, the integration perspective remains a major incentive when it comes to institutionalising anti-corruption reforms and fostering changes towards strengthening the rule of law and democracy in the post-war Western Balkan states.



Freedom House: Macedonia in the same category as it was 10 years ago Print E-mail

 freedomhouse.jpg12.06.2014 In its 2014 Nations in Transit Report, Freedom House puts Macedonia in the same category as it was 10 years ago. The issues of significant declination of the media freedom and the deterioration of the legislative and economic environment for independent media are pointed as some of the biggest factors that contributed to this fall.
The country ratings are based on a scale of 1 to 7, with 1 representing the countries with a highest and 7 the countries with the lowest level of democratic progress. In this report, Freedom House gives Macedonia a Democracy Score of 4.0, and places it in the category of Transitional Governments or Hybrid Regimes together with Ukraine (4.93), Georgia (4.68), Moldova (4.86), Albania (4.18) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (4.43).
In terms of categories, which together constitute the Democracy Score, Macedonia in the Freedom of House 2014 Nations in Transit Report is given the following scores: electoral process (3.25); civil society (3.25); independent media (5.0); national democratic governance (4.25); local democratic governance (3.75); judicial framework and independence (4.25); and corruption (4.25).



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