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Sectors: Co-op & Development, Justice - Security, Public Management, Social Affairs

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Local and Regional authorities

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

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WE funding – IPA II – Support…
Funds for: Enhancing the effectiveness, integrity and professionalism of the institutions in the Rule of Law sector
Main beneficiaries: Public institutions, authorities or administrations of the Member States

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Enhancing the effectiveness, integrity and professionalism of the institutions in the Rule of Law sector
Main beneficiaries: Public institutions, authorities or administrations of the Member States

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
– Enhanced efficiency of the investigation and prosecution of organised crime and corruption cases (OC & C);
– Reinforcement of the integrity, human and performance management, and accountability of the justice sector institutions

Priorities
– Strengthening supervision and control in prosecutors’ offices;
– Strengthening capacities, resources and the independence of the Office of the Disciplinary Council (ODC);
– Joint trainings in an interdisciplinary fashion to better respond to organised crime, corruption and the most common forms of commercial crimes (privatisation of companies, tax evasion, tax fraud);
– Improve current practice and results in forfeiting criminal assets;
– Tracking mechanism improving mutual access to criminal cases files by law enforcement agencies, prosecutors’ offices and courts;
– Project visibility;
– Project reporting

Among financed actions
– Conduct an analysis on mechanisms for complaints against prosecutorial decisions and procedures to address them, supervision mechanisms monitoring the prosecutors’ decisions in prosecutor’s offices (POs) in order to identify systemic shortcomings and control deficiencies and to increase transparency;
– Develop a plan to address excessively long criminal investigations and court proceedings which are in breach of the right to a fair trial within a reasonable time and hamper efficiency;
– Present best practices from EU Member States in investigating and countering organised crime, corruption and the most common forms of commercial crimes, incl. the role of audit offices