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"Skopje 2014" under prosecutors scrutiny Print E-mail
sk2014.png 20.08.2013 Fingers are pointed at the municipality Centar and the Ministry of Culture, which, according to Zernovski, worked illegally.

The report on investments of the municipality Centar within the project "Skopje 2014" found that from 2007 to 2013, for the construction of the monuments and accompanying content, even 58 million Euros were transferred from the central budget account of the municipality Centar for which there is no legal justification.

The analysis by the experts Sladjana Taseva and Dragan Malinovski of setting the monuments covered by the project "Skopje 2014" in the municipality Centar detected some serious irregularities. According to them, the allocation of funds for this purpose from the central budget account of the municipality Centar has no legal justification.
Buying Influence: Money and Politics in Republic of Macedonia Print E-mail

cover_crinis2013.jpg11.07.2013 In Republic of Macedonia there is a weak legal framework and a weaker practice in ensuring the reliability of the financial reports of political parties participating in elections. At the same time there is a very good legal basis but evident weak application of the provisions regarding the transparency and public oversight of the finances of the politics during election.

About the project
In period of three years (2010 - 2013), Transparency International – Macedonia within the Project  “CRINIS– Shining a light on money in politics” conducted two surveys and a series of other activities aimed at raising awareness, improving legislation and practice regarding the transparency of political party funding. The purpose of this project was to achieve a higher degree of transparency and institutional change by involving all key stakeholders and through evaluation of practices that are implemented in political funding.
The project was implemented through the methodology established by the Transparency International, (TI) known as CRINIS methodology, which includes monitoring of two different types of political funding: regular funding of political parties and financing of election campaign for parliamentary and presidential elections.
The results of the first study were presented in 2011, and the results presented in the publication: "Buying influence: money and politics in the Republic of Macedonia", refer only to the transparency of financing of political parties for the election campaign of the early parliamentary elections in 2011.


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Lack of public trust in political parties undermining democracy in the Balkans Print E-mail

ti.jpg 25.06.2013 Croatia should make political party financing more transparent to strengthen its democracy as it prepares to join the European Union (EU), according to a report released today by Transparency International. The report also called on Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia and Serbia to make progress in this critical area.

The report ‘Buying Influence: Money and Elections in the Balkans’ warns that a lack of public trust in political parties is threatening the democratic process across the Balkans. Citizens in Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia already view political parties as the most corrupt of twelve public institutions assessed, according to the anti-corruption organisation’s Global Corruption Barometer for 2013, set to be published this summer.


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Royal Norwegian Embassy allocated additional 1,200, 000 EUR for civil society Print E-mail
rne_bg_2013.jpg 17.06.2013 On June 11, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade signed 30 new contracts for civil society actors in Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia.

The awarding ceremony took place on a special day in Norway’s history – on the 11th of June, on the day 100 Years after Norwegian women got the right to vote.

The gathered representatives of the civil society in Serbia were addressed by Ambassador Kamsvåg Speech at, as well as by three prominent women, whose work demonstrates the importance of women’s participation in public life in Serbia: Mrs. Natalija Micunovic Director of Directorate for Gender Equality Ministry of Labor and Social Policy, Ivana Cirkovic Director of the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society of the Serbian Government, and Milica Delevic, the outgoing Chairperson of the National Assembly's European Integration Committee and member of the Advisory Board of the Norwegian Embassy.
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