Tag Archives: Transparency International

Transparency International Urges Hungarian Officials to Extradite Gruevski

On Tuesday, Transparency International and its chapters in Macedonia and Hungary urged Hungarian officials to extradite former PM Nikola Gruevski from Hungary, “where he is currently seeking asylum in an attempt to avoid imprisonment after a non-appealable conviction for corruption.” According to Slagjana Taseva, Chair of Transparency International Macedonia, the situation is a big test for the Macedonian and Hungarian ...

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Roundtable on Party Funding; Transparency and Oversight to be Boosted

Regulations for funding of political parties are good, but the problem lies in transparency and oversight of the process. Improvement of the situation requires strengthening of control by creating a competent institution, because party funding can be the door for the corruption’s entry in the system, heard a roundtable on Thursday. The event on improving the model for financing of ...

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Special Prosecutor Janeva Explains Procedure Related to Skopje 2014 Project

Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva said on Monday that “until all documents are checked and it is established where budget money ended up, with which physical or legal entities they out-flew, whether they are in Macedonia or outside and who uses them, an investigation will not be opened into certain persons directly involved in the Skopje 2014 project”. At a conference ...

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