Government Mirror: Public Participation in the Law-making Processes in Macedonia

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Macedonian Center for International Cooperation (MCIC) published the third edition of the Government Mirror – report based on monitoring the legal framework and public participation in the process of law making in Macedonia. According to the report findings, the openness of the institutions has decreased since the 2014 report, no changes has been noted on the enabling environment for public participation in the law-drafting processes, and a downward trend in the openness of the processes of draft laws preparation has been noted. The aim of this MCIC publication is to contribute to the participation of civil society in the preparation and implementation of public policies, by establishing and implementing a model for monitoring the process of drafting laws and the effectiveness of the mechanisms provided for the participation of the general public. More information is available here.
Source: MCIC

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