Period of implementation: January, 2008 – December, 2008
Establishing Corruption Trial Monitoring Programme project comes as a result of the successful implementation of the preparatory, needs assessment phase, conducted throughout May-December 2007. In 2008, the project envisages establishment of a corruption trial monitoring programme within the coalition “All for Fair Trials” that will monitor the corruption related cases in the basic courts in Republic of Macedonia, supplemented by a publication of an analytical report of the received data, as well as organization of a round table and a press conference to raise the awareness among the professionals and the citizens of the country.
Through establishing a Corruption Trial Monitoring Programme for criminal cases related to corruption, the Coalition “All for Fair Trials” will measure whether the existing laws are being properly implemented and how efficient the legal procedure in the judiciary is. The Programme will be a witness of the changes and the improvements of the judicial system of Macedonia that strives to comply with those of the EU countries, and through its analytical report and given recommendations there, will be a constructive partner and free of charge consultant to the Government of the Republic of Macedonia contributing to the country’s rapprochement towards EU.
- Trial Monitoring
- Preparation and publication of the Analytical Report
- Organization of a round table
- Press Conference
Slavica Dimitrievska – Program Director
- OSCE Spillover Mission to Skopje
- Swedish Helsinki Committee
- Foundation Open Society Institute in Macedonia FOSIM
- Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.