The aim of this interim assessment report is to provide an analysis based on the monitoring of corruption and organized crime cases investigated by the Special Prosecution Office against Corruption and Organized Crime (SPAK) and those registered in the Special Courts for Corruption and Organized Crime during the period between 1 January – 30 June 2021.
The assessment of 29 corruption cases and 12 organized crime cases is based on the drafted methodology used in the previous Assessment Report “On the activity of the Special Prosecution Office and the Special Courts for Corruption and Organized Crime for the year 2020”.
This methodology consists of two main phases: (i) Monitoring corruption and organized crime cases by collecting the relevant data/information and (ii) Analyzing the data/information in accordance with the defined indicators related to 3 main dimensions: (1) productivity, (2) efficiency and (3) relevance.
In addition to assess the progress of corruption and organized crime cases, the methodology aims to serve as a continuous and systematic monitoring tool in order to identify relevant developments related to the improvement of criminal policies in the fight against corruption and organized crime.
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