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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

Ugljesa (Ugi) Zvekić, is a former Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the United Nations Office in Geneva (2009-2013); the former President of the General Assemblies of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) as well as the Chair of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Until 1999 he was a Deputy Director of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) based in Italy. From 1999 to 2004 he headed the anti-crime programme of the United Nations regional office for Southern Africa, based in Pretoria, South Africa. Until his retirement from the United Nations in September 2009, he was in charge of the Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Vienna, Austria. He has published extensively on crime and development, and reform of the criminal justice system from the perspective of human rights and international standards. He has taught in many academic institutions worldwide.

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