Corruption figures in Kosovo – Anti-Corruption Statistics Platform
Corruption Monitor for 2011
Annual Monitoring report on Kosovo Public Institutions activity in fight against corruption
Corruption Monitor for September-October 2011
Monitoring Report on Institutional Activities in the Fight Against
Corruption Monitor for January-May 2011
Monitoring Report on Kosovo Public Institutions activities on
Fight against Corruption
Corruption Monitor for March-Aprill 2011
Monitoring Report on Institutional Activities in the Fight Against Corruption March-April 2011
Corruption Monitor for 2010
The Government of Kosovo during 2010 has approved altogether 304 verdicts. Five of them were against corruption, two were on suspicion about corruption and 299 others were on different issues. A draft law on prohibition of money laundering and financing terrorism was approved, Anti ? Corruption Task Force was established, the budget and stuff number (17 assignments) of Management of confiscated property Agency are increased, endorsement of public contracts in medium and high value is regulated, Government Program and Action Plan on Prohibition of Informal economy for 2010 ? 2012 is approved, deputy minister of MTPT was discharged, draft law on Public Financing is approved and anti ? mafia law is initiated.
Corruption Monitor for October
The Government of Kosovo during October has taken eight (8) verdicts but none of them was on struggle against corruption and organized crime. This month is the poorest month regarding governmental activities fighting corruption.
Corruption Monitor for September
From 37 verdicts of Kosovo Government taken in September only one was on struggle against corruption and organized crime. This month along with the last month, are the poorest months regarding governmental activities on struggle against corruption;
Corruption Monitor for August
From 34 decisions taken from the Government of Kosovo during August, none was taken in order to fight corruption and organized crime. This is the weakest month regarding the activities on the fight against corruption;
Corruption Monitor for July
The Assembly of Kosovo has held five plenary sessions, of which three were solemnity sessions: Tony Blair visit, President Sejdiu speech and the session for supporting the International Court of Justice for its Advisory Opinion. According to the statistics for the period January-June, there were 104 questions sent in, of which 41 questions were addressed for different corruption affairs and the rest of 63 were addressed for other issues. During this period, the most active deputies on denouncing corruption affairs were, Driton Tali with 13 parliamentary questions, Naim Rrustemi with 10, Riza Smaka with 5 and Xhylnaze Syla with 2 questions. The main activities of Government of Kosovo during July were, the dismissal of Gjergj Dedaj vice Minister of Transport and Telecommunication, the approval of the draft-project for Public Prosecution and the initiation of Anti-Mafia Law promulgation.
Corruption Monitor for June
In the Kosovo Assembly during the month of June has taken place four plenary sessions. During the sessions there was not seen any real engagement to deal with the corruption cases or to call the Government in its corruption fight.
Corruption Monitor for May
The Government of Kosovo has not done any concrete activity in the fight against corruption.
Commitments of the Prime Minister - Hashim Thaci and his subordinates for ‘zero tolerance towards corruption' has marked the month of May, even by transforming into rhetoric. 'The Corruption Monitor' considers a positive effort the Government's decision, that for each tender,
with an amount over nine thousand Euros, to be signed from three officials, including the Minister;