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State programme 2016 - 2019
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State programme 2011 - 2015
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Annual report of SCPC for 2010
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Annual report of SCPC for 2010 (201KB) 
 
Announcement
dksk_logo.jpg17. 03. 2010  The State Commission for Prevention of Corruption, at the session held on 05 March, 2010 adopted the Annual Report about its work and measures and activities undertaken in 2009. In accordance with the article 49 of the Law on Prevention of Corruption and article 21 of the Law on Prevention of Conflict of Interests, the Annual Report was submitted to the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia, as well as to the President of the Republic of Macedonia and the Government of the Republic of Macedonia.


 
07.12.2009
logo_en thumb.jpgBased on the Protocol for cooperation for the prevention and repression of corruption and conflict of interests, the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption enabled the Office for Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism to access the database of assets declarations of elected and appointed officials. By this the Office shall have a thorough, easy and fast approach to data for the needs of its competence.
 
Announcement
dksk_logo.jpg03.12.2009 State Commission for Prevention of Corruption, in accordance with the amendments to the Law on Prevention of Conflict of Interests, on the session held on December 1, 2009 adopted the Rulebook on the form and the content of the form of the Statement of Interests, with the form as a constituent part. The Rulebook shall be published in the Official Gazette of Republic of Macedonia and shall enter into force. SCPC will inform officials about the obligation for submission of the statement accordingly, after the entrance into the force.
 
Video - Blow out corruption (Breathe free of corruption)

 

 


 

 
CHANGES TO THE LAW ON CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
dksk_logo.jpg15.08.2009 Two years after the first Law on Conflicts of Interests started to apply, a procedure for changing and augmenting this law was instigated.  This procedure should be completed in the upcoming weeks by the adoption of the proposed changes and additions.  The objective is to have this task, related to the fifth EU accession benchmark, completed in time so that it can be included in the progress report of the Republic of Macedonia in the EU accession process in September 2009. The changes were initiated and supported by the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption as the sole institution responsible for the application of this law, which refers to conflicts of interest which are within the overall scope of corruptive activities. Namely, conflicts of interest are events that suggest a possible abuse of public positions and authorizations and thus it is dealt with as a precursor of corruption.  At the same time, a fact is that there is conflict of interest in every case of corruption, although not all conflicts of interest are corruption. The need to intervene in the Law arose from the practice that the law must become clearer and more practical and must contribute towards an efficient prevention and reduction of conflicts of interest in practice. In that context, the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption has undertaken continuous preparatory activities, involving the most relevant bodies of knowledge and experiences from the western countries, international institutions and experts from the USA, Great Britain and other countries.  In May 2008, as a result of the achievement of the benchmark for last year, the State Program for Prevention and Reduction of the Incidence of Conflicts of Interest was enacted.  This program envisaged the enactment of e guide for management of conflicts of interest, a series of trainings in multiple segments of the system and a plan for the preparation of a set of changes to the basic law.  According to the action plan stipulated in the State Program, the SCPC, at the beginning of June 2009, offered a complete proposal of all necessary interventions in the law and, as a participant in the working group, submitted the proposed changes to the Ministry of Justice.  The SCPC also participated in the public consultation held on the 31st of June 2009 in the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia, of the National Committee for European Integrations, reviewing the proposed text by the government from the first version of its reading.  In order to fully contribute to the inclusion of its proposals in the Law, the SCPC holds these proposals open throughout the whole procedure of enacting the legislative changes.
According to the principle of transparency and in order to inform all interested institutions and individuals, below is a presentation of the proposals made by SCPC and explanations of those proposals:
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Annual report of SCPC for 2008
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Annual report of SCPC for 2008 (379KB)
 
State program for prevention of conflict of interests

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State program for conflict of interests (352 KB)

 

 

 

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Assets Declaration

  
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PROMOTING TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

  PROMOTING TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
 

Guideline for managing conflict of interests

  Guideline for managing conflict of interests  (416 KB)
 
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Manual on Integrity and Conflict of Interest

  Manual on Integrity and Conflict of Interest
 
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