Prishtina, 29 July 2018 – Lëvizja FOL today has published the statistical data of monitoring the implementation of the Kosovo Government’s Annual Work Plan for the period January-June 2018.
Findings from the monitoring of 22 institutions indicate that out of 225 activities as foreseen in the Government’s Annual Work Plan for January-June 2018, only 130 or 57% expressed in percentage are realized, while 95 activities or 41% remained unfinished within the set time. Meanwhile, for four activities of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology we have not received any answers.
Ministries which have carried out all activities foreseen in the Annual Work Plan of the Government are: Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Kosovo Security Force and Ministry of Returns and Communities, while ministries which have not carried out any activity are: Ministry Infrastructure and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Below you can see how many activities have been carried out by each ministry and the Office of the Prime Minister. Meanwhile, in order to see which are the activities of the ministries realized and not realized in the form of charts click here.
Office of the Prime Minister – for the first six months period are foreseen to carry out 17 activities within the annual plan, of which 10 were realized, while 7 were left unrealized
The Ministry of European Integration – for the first six months period has foreseen 10 activities 7 out of them have remained unrealized.
Ministry of Justice – Out of 19 planned activities for the first six months, only 4 of them have been realized.
The Ministry of Finance – for the first six months period has foreseen 4 activities that were realized within the foreseen deadline.
The Ministry of Economic Development – out of 6 foreseen activities only one has remained unrealized for the first six months 2018.
Ministry for the Kosovo Security Force – has implemented 3 activities foreseen in the one year plan.
The Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning – in the first six months planned 20 activities, 12 of them were unrealized.
The Ministry of Local Government Administration – in the work plan had planned to carry out 24 activities from which only 1 unrealized remained.
Ministry of Internal Affairs – in the first six months planned 14 activities have completed 9, while 5 have not been completed.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs – in the first six months has planned 2 activities, which have remained unrealized within the foreseen deadline.
Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare – Ministry concerned all activities foreseen in the Government’s Annual Work plan for 2018 planned to be implemented in December 2018.
Ministry of Communities and Returns – has implemented all activities foreseen for the first six months period.
The Ministry of Health – within the work plan has implemented 3 activities, out of the 15 as foreseen.
The Ministry of Public Administration – has planned 16 activities, only 3 of them have remained unrealized for the first six months.
Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports – has carried out 7 activities out of 11 as planned.
The Ministry of Infrastructure – has planned 5 activities in the work plan that have remained unfinished according to the deadlines.
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development – out of 11 planned activities have remained unrealized 7 of them.
Ministry of Trade and Industry – had foreseen 15, out of which 9 remained unrealized.
Ministry of Diaspora and Strategic Investments – has completed 12 activities out of 15 as foreseen in the Annual Work Plan.
The Ministry of Regional Development – has carried out 7 activities out of 8 foreseen for the first six months period.
Ministry of Innovation and Entrepreneurship – no activity for the period January-June 2018 has been foreseen.
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology – did not respond to the request sent by FOL Movement.
Some ministries have provided additional clarifications for all activities that have not been completed by the deadline set in the annual work plan.