Corruption in Montenegro 2007: Overview over Main Problems and Status of Reforms
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- Bora-import 
This report was commissioned by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) to provide an analysis of corruption and the progress of anti-corruption activities in Montenegro, with the objective of identifying priority areas and opportunities for potential future reform efforts. As there is little existing research and analysis on this issue, Sida is supporting this study both as a part of its strategic learning, planning, and programming, as well as for use both by donors partners and relevant national stakeholders. The aim is to provide a qualitative analysis, supported with data to the extent available, in order to describe not only the current status of governance but also elucidate the structural and political factors that have, and will continue, to impact and constrain future reform efforts. Key sectors are then treated individually in some detail, with a discussion of the government’s anti-corruption programme—which can be viewed as a roadmap for future support to the fight against corruption—rounding off the analysis. The paper ends with a summary of key observations and recommendations for future reform efforts.
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