The Basic Court of Ferizaj is due to publish its verdicts for July 2019 as well

Prishtinë, 27 august 2019 – FOL Movement and BIRN Kosovo today present data from monitoring the publication of judgments in all Kosovo Courts. Through the following infographics you can see the publication of all judgments by all Kosovo courts for July 2019.

Publication of judgments by all Kosovo courts – July 2019



Clarification: The publication of judgments during the period of July 1 to July 31, 2019 was monitored for all Kosovo’s courts focusing on criminal, civil, commercial, and administrative departments. Additionally, this monitoring covered the publication of judgments according to judges from all courts (including their branches) for the abovementioned departments. The President of the Supreme Court; President of the Court of Appeals; Presidents of the Basic Courts; and the Judges from the Division for Minor Offences are not included in this monitoring.
During the monitoring of judgments published in the Kosovo Judicial Council’s website, for the above-mentioned period, it has been noted that there is a total of 1296 judgments published, or 16 more than BIRN and FOL have in their database. This difference in numbers (especially noticed at the Basic Court of Prizren and the Court of Appeals) is due to double publication of judgments, and the publication of one decision.

Additionally, during the month of June, it has been noticed that courts have published judgments made by judges who have been promoted to more senior positions, have been transferred to Minor Offence Division, or have retired. These shortcomings were noted during a detailed verification by BIRN and FOL.


*Disclaimer: This monitoring was made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The content of this article is the sole responsibility of FOL Movement and BIRN Kosova and does not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development or the United States Government.