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What are the key focuses of organized crime in this part of Europe?
What is the responsibility of politics and the judiciary?
Is there a genuine will to fight crime and corruption in the Balkans?

This is stated in the context:

  • Uglješa Zvekic, Head of the Office of the European Organization for Public Law at the UN,
  • Goran Danilovic, former interior minister of Montenegro, and
  • Ivana Korajlic, from the non-governmental organization Transparency International BiH.

Koja su to ključna žarišta organizovanog kriminala u ovom dijelu Evrope?
Kakva je odgovornost politike i pravosuđa?
Ima li istinske volje za borbu protiv kriminala i korupcije na Balkanu?

O tome u Kontekstu govore:

– Uglješa Zvekić, šef Kancelarije Evropske organizacije za javno pravo pri UN-u,

– Goran Danilović, bivši ministar unutrašnjih poslova Crne Gore, i

– Ivana Korajlić, iz nevladine organizacije Transparency International BiH.

Voditeljica je Ivana Momčilović-Odobašić, a urednik Dragan Stanimirović.

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Ugljesa (Ugi) Zvekic

  • Ambassador, Head, Permanent Observer Office of the European Public Law Organization (EPLO) to United Nations (Vienna)
  • Ambassador, Former Permanent Representative of the Republic of Serbia to the UN and other international organization in Geneva
  • Senior Advisor, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
  • Executive Director, Regional  Master in Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption (MA ROLAC) for South East Europe (ROLACC-Geneva/EPLO-Athens/in support of UNODC-Vienna)
  • Adjunct Professor, School of Government, LUISS, Rome, Italy; Law School, University Rome III, Rome, Italy; Visiting Professor, Law School, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Member of the Assessment Advisory Board of the Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani Anti-Corruption Excellence Award (Vienna/Doha/Geneva)
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