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ACER, in cooperation with Westminster Foundation for Democracy, held a roundtable discussion on Thursday, July 4th at the Grand Hotel Tirana on “Good Practices for Addressing Corruption and Preventing and Managing Conflict of Interest in Public Administration.”

The event took place within the framework of the project “Increasing Government Accountability through a More Responsive Parliament,” supported by the British Embassy in Tirana.

The roundtable brought together policymakers, academics, media representatives, and civil society members to discuss anti-corruption best practices and possible measures to enhance the performance of the Albanian legislature in this regard. Participants also identified potential legislative interventions to close loopholes related to conflict of interest in the legislative process.

Attendees explored best practices from the Balkan countries and beyond, and familiarized themselves with the methodology and key findings of two working documents on anti-corruption and conflict of interest.

Agenda and Invitation:

ACER and WFD Roundtable Invitation and Agenda

Presentations during the event: 

Introductory Notes by Zef Preci, ACER’s Executive Director

Methodology by Brunilda Kosta, ACER’s Expert

The institutional framework for addressing corruption and conflict of interest in Albania: The role of the Assembly and other institutions, by Ilir Ciko, ACER’s Expert

Legal and institutional framework for addressing corruption and conflict of interest and good practices, by Zyhrada Kongoli, ACER’s Expert

Photos during the event:

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