Local self-governments in Serbia fulfil 39% of indicators on openness

The overall openness index of local self-governments in Serbia is at a very low level as self-governments fulfil a total of 39% of indicators, according to the analysis “Openness of local self-governments in Serbia and in the region”. The analysis of the openness of local self-governments in Serbia included the assessment offour areas: transparency, accessibility, integrity and effectiveness, on a random representative sample of 42 local self-government units. The research was conducted by the CRTA, in cooperation with partners from a regional civil society network “ActionSEE“ .

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Municipalities in the Republic of Macedonia have a score of 34% under the index of openness

The research on the degree of openness of institutions in six countries from the region, conducted within the framework of the project ACTION SEE – Accountability, Technology and Institutional Openness Network in SEE, implemented by the Foundation for Internet and Society Metamorphosis, showed that municipalities in the Republic of Macedonia have a score of 34% under the index of openness.

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ACTION SEE Advocacy day: Openness Should Be the Policy of Every Government

Point 6.0 conference that is taking place in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina from 24 to 28 May, started with the ACTION SEE Advocacy Day and the presentation of the results and recommendations gathered through the monitoring done for the Regional Openness Index for 2016. The Openness Index is a tool for measuring openness of public institutions, designed to cover broad issues, but always paying attention to their effect on citizens and their quality of life.

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Legislative authorities in Serbia fulfill 59 percent indicator of openness

Analysis of legislative power in the Republic of Serbia included the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and showed that legislative authorities meets the 59 percent indicator of openness. This result points to the possibility of significantly improving of the openness.

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Legislative branch in Bosnia and Herzegovina has a lot of work to do on its openness to the citizens

Analysis of openness and accountability of the legislative authorities conducted by the regional network of NGOs “ActionSEE”, within the project “Network for responsibility, new technologies and openness of institutions in South East Europe”, showed that the legislative branch of government in BiH meets just over half (51%) of indicators of openness. The research was conducted from October to December 2016 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo.

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Results of the research on openness of executive powers in the region presented in Podgorica

The press conference titled “Openness of institutions of executive power in the region and Montenegro” took place on April 24, at the CentreVille hotel in Podgorica. This event saw the presentation of the results from the research on openness of executive powers in the region, carried out within the project ACTION SEE – Accountability, Technology and Institutional Openness Network in SEE.

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The “Accountability, Technology and Institutional Openness Network in South East Europe - ACTION SEE” project is implemented by Metamorphosis Foundation, Westminster Foundation for Democracy, CRTA – Center for Research, Transparency and Accountability, Citizens Association Why not?, Center for Democratic Transition, Open Data Kosovo (ODK) and Levizja Mjaft!.