The Anti-Corruption Agency announced the seventh competition for grants to civil society organizations for the implementation of two projects in the fight against corruption. The overall objective of the competition is to support the development and strengthening of integrity, accountability and transparency of all stakeholders, particularly public authorities. The total […]
With regard to the Administrative Court decision that was passed on December 16, 2016, annulling the Anti-Corruption Agency Board decision as of January 21, 2013, according to which Tatjana Babić was elected the Director of the Anti-Corruption Agency, the Anti-Corruption Agency Board pointed that the decision of the Administrative Court […]
The Anti-Corruption Agency Board, at the session that was held on January 25, 2017, elected Verka Atanasković, Assistant Director in the Department for Resolving Conflict of Interest, as Acting Director of the Anti-Corruption Agency. Acting Director will perform her duties as of January 27, 2017, until the election of the […]
On Friday, January 27, Deputy Director Vladan Joksimović will leave the Anti-Corruption Agency. He was elected as Head of the Office of the Regional Anti-corruption Initiative (RAI), with headquarters in Sarajevo, in December 2016.
At the session of the Anti-Corruption Agency Board that was held on January 18, 2017 , at which Evica Petrović, PhD, Dragan Mitrović, PhD, Božo Drašković, PhD, Danica Marinković, Nikola Stanojević and Zoran Vujičić were present, Dragan Mitrović, PhD, was elected as the new Chairperson of the Anti-Corruption Agency Board.
Within the Twinning project „Prevention and Fight against Corruption“, implemented by the Anti-Corruption Agency and Twinning partners from Italy and Spain, Italian expert Maurizio Varanese conducted the analysis of the draft Law on the Anti-Corruption Agency with corresponding recommendations for its improvement. This project is funded by the European Union.
The efficient control of assets and income control of public officials and disclosure of conflict of interest were main topics of discussion between the Anti-Corruption Agency representatives and delegation of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On December 20, the Chairperson of the Anti-Corruption Agency Board Ms Dragana Kolarić, PhD, and the Director of the Anti-Corruption Agency Board Ms Tatjana Babić submitted their resignations to these public offices, since they have been appointed to the the Republic of Serbia Constitutional Court judges. According to provisions of […]