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Due to the fact that Mile Radišić in his statements to the media made clear that he is in Serbia and that Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia have signed agreement on extradition, TI BiH urges the authorities to react immediately and demand extradition of Radišić.
Initially, the Agency noted that the Report was not completed and shortly thereafter it refused to disclose the Report. These actions arouse suspicion that the temporary management did not draft the document to explain its work in detail, or that the Report was not disclosed in order to conceal illegal acts.
With this act, the Government of RS goes beyond the scope of its competences because the funds for accommodation of the representatives of Republic of Srpska in common bodies have already been included in the budget of BiH.
Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina (TI BiH) within the project ‘Public Administration Reform Monitoring – PARM’ is organizing a round table on Procedures, Rules and Criteria of Recruitment Process in Public Sector. On this occasion, the results of the Research on the recruitment process in public Institutions, enterprises and other organizations that perform activities of […]
TI BiH considers unacceptable that the Director of the RS Banking Agency, who supposes to control the stability of the banking system, openly suggests to the users of the financial services to monitor business operations of their banks themselves.
The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Srpska has once again annulled the public invitation for the appointment of the members of the Commission for implementation of the Anti-Corruption Strategy of RS, even though the representatives of the media and civil society applied to the invitation.
In 2014, the most frequent reports submitted to Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina were on irregularities in recruitment process, and large number of reports on corruption cases was received from areas hit by floods and landslides.
On Tuesday, 3rd February 2015 at 13.00, the ceremony of signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina (TI BiH), the Association of Municipalities and Cities of the FBiH and Association of Municipalities and Cities of the RS was held in the hall of the Hotel Bristol in Sarajevo.
The group of civil society organizations from the Republic of Srpska requests from the Members of the National Parliamentary Assembly and Parliamentary Committee of the Republic of Srpska to withdraw the draft Law on Public Peace and Order from the parliamentary procedure, because certain provisions of this Law need to be additionally clarified in order […]