The process for the re-evaluation of the candidates for the High Judicial Council and the High Prosecutorial Council have been concluded in November. However this process may not be considered completed if the high number of appeals to the Special Appeals College will not lead to the failure of the already confirmed candidates, although the General Meeting of the Prosecutors...
Faced with the rampant corruption and the threat of an increasingly stronger organised crime, the Albanian political institutions and political actors initiated the judicial reform. The reform is driven by a strong internal demand, as the citizens want the judiciary to uphold the rule of law and deliver justice with no political, corruptive or criminal influences, and a broad...
The institution of free and fair elections is one of the fundamental criteria of democracy. In order to fulfil this criterion it is vital to choose an electoral system that serves two main principles: the guarantee of a representation that is as proportional as possible on the one hand and a stable government on the other. An electoral system...
2nd March, 2018 CSDG Executive Director was part of the panel discussion on "The New EU Enlargement Strategy: Expectations and Realities", organized by the EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) and supported by the Delegation of the European Union to Albania. During the event, the main topics addressed were focused on the current situation of the Western Balkans, conditions for...