Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina (TI BiH), with the support of the Open Society Fund BiH, in collaboration with the coalition of non-governmental organizations (Center for the Public Interest Advocacy- Foundation CPI, ‘Analitika’ – Center for Social Research, Why Not, Center for Investigative Journalism- CIN), is organizing a conference entitled The Action Plan BiH within […]
Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina and Journalists’ Club from Banja Luka – BiH Journalists Association submitted to the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Srpska joint initiative to review the constitutionality and legality of the Law on Public Peace and Order of the RS.
The draft Law on Public Work of Non-Profit Organizations represents a discrimination against NGOs funded by foreign donors, and clearly shows that the intention of the RS authorities is to restrict the work of organizations that criticize the work of the government.
At the conference ”Enhancement of the Law on Public Procurement’’, which will be held on 12th May 2015, it will be presented analysis and initiative for amending the Law on Public Procurement, with the focus on increasing transparency and prevention of corruption in this area.
In an open letter sent to the RS Chief Prosecutor, TI BiH has noted that it is necessary to urgently undertake investigation in the case of Bobar Bank, because the legal obligation of the Chief Prosecutor is to resolve the conflict of jurisdiction between the district prosecutors and to impose the treatment in this case.
TI BiH raises the question how the RS Ministry of Interior Affairs could qualify the controversial audio recording as fabricated in November last year if RS Special Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that the forensic investigation of the recording was not conducted.
The ruling coalition in the Budget and Finance Committee of the NARS refused to investigate the work of Slavica Injac and the RS Banking Agency, and thereby the RS Institutions put an end to the Bobar Bank affair.
Transparency International BiH considers that the lack of interest of investigative authorities to determine accountability in the case of the Bobar Bank obliges MPs and members of Finance and Budget Committee of the Republic of Srpska to conduct a public hearing of Slavica Injac, Director of RS Banking Agency.
In the letter sent to the MPs and members of the Finance and Budget Committee of the NARS, TI BIH has called the members of the Committee to seize an opportunity and to conduct public hearing of the Director of the RS Banking Agency to determine accountability and explain circumstances which led to liquidation of […]
Regional conference on ”Financing of Political Parties- Law and Practice” will be held on 30th March 2015, at the Hotel Europa in Sarajevo, with the beginning at 10.00 a.m.