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31 05 2019

Law on Enforcement and Security Amendment Drafting Finalized

The process of drafting amendments to the existing provisions of the Law on Enforcement and Security started back in April this year with the support of the USAID Rule of Law Project and within one of the largest – and most inclusive – working groups appointed by the Ministry of Justice for legal drafting.

26 12 2018

Towards A faster And More Efficient Enforcement System in 2019

In the past two days, the USAID Rule of Law Project, in cooperation with the EU technical assistance project, EU for Justice - Support for Chapter 23, rounded off the efforts that have been continuously invested in improving the existing system of enfocement throughout 2018 jointly with the Ministry of Justice.

19 07 2018

Easier Settlement in Cases of Breach of Right to Trial Within Reasonable Time

In 2017, courts have received 5.545 claims for compensation of damages in cases of violation of the right to trial within reasonable time, while a tendency for an ever-increasing number of these cases has already been identified this year. 

29 06 2018

Single Platform for Judicial Bodies’ Webpages

USAID Rule of Law Project provided support to the Ministry of Justice in organizing a training for the use of a centralized platform for developing webpages for judicial bodies.

21 05 2018

Judicial Information System (PIS) for Efficient Courts

USAID Rule of Law Project provided support to the Ministry of Justice during April and May with presenting the Judicial Information System – PIS

05 04 2018

Improved Access to Data through the Judicial Information System

As of April 5, 2018, with technical assistance from the USAID Rule of Law Project, on-line access to data kept by the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government.

05 04 2018

Changes to the Law for More Efficient Enforcement

Law on Enforcement and Security has been in force since July 2016. During almost two years of implementation of the Law certain issues have been identified that warrant further harmonization of practices and updating of the existing framework

06 03 2018

Judiciary Joins the Open Data Initiative

Open Data – free of charge, accessible, machine-readable and open format data – have been uniformly recognized as one of the main characteristics of an open,