Transparency in Decision-making Processes in the WB

   

This paper “Transparency in Decision-making Processes in the Western Balkans” presents  the results of an inquiry into transparency of public decision-making in four Western Balkans countries – Serbia, Montenegro, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

It was inspired by a similar study conducted by Access Info Europe and partners during 2017, which found “an appalling lack of transparency of decision making across Europe, which prevents members of the public from following and participating in decision-making processes, as well as from holding public officials to account for their exercise of power”.

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