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Project: Citizens’ complaints on judicial inspection: increasing transparency and accountability of the judiciary toward the public    
 
“Citizens’ complaints on judicial inspection: increasing transparency and accountability of the judiciary toward the public”, is a project funded by USAID/Albania (2007). The project ‘Citizens’ complaints on judicial inspection: increasing transparency and accountability of the judiciary toward the public’ aims at promoting the accountability and transparency of the judiciary through establishing effective ways of handling citizens’ complaints and increasing the involvement of the public in judicial inspections. The project aims to influence improvement of legislation with regard to the access of individuals to the judicial inspection process. In addition, the project is expected to increase information of the public regarding the procedures and ways of following up complaints regarding judges and courts, and in particular the public participation and cooperation during the inspection of judicial cases.
 
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Project: Increasing the accountability of MPs during exercising their mandate through monitoring activities and establishment of the Code of Conduct for MPs   

Increasing the accountability of MPs during exercising their mandate through monitoring activities and establishment of the Code of Conduct for MPs”, aims at increasing parliamentarians’, funded by USA Embassy in Tirana. (2007-2008). This project aims at increasing parliamentarians’ accountability during exercising their mandate through monitoring activities and establishment of the code of conduct. In a wider context the project aims at developing parliamentary democracy and increasing the trust of voters on legislative body. By the end of the project, it was compiled a final report on the increasing accountability of the MPs during their mandate, a report on the legislation analyze on MPs behavior and Code of Conduct and respecting of the respective legal obligations and the need for a Code of Conduct for MPs.