Albanians do not trust their Judicial System according to UNDP poll

A UNDP survey shows that as Albanians have more contact with the judiciary, the less trust they have in justice.

The survey conducted on a sample of about 1,800 people points to the fact that 78% of residents of the capital do not trust the courts.

"We asked people if they trust the justice system and the figures are too big. about 70% of respondents said they did not trust the system.

UNDP representatives
UNDP representatives presenting poll results in Tirana
About 78% of respondents in Tirana replied that they did not trust the justice system. The same answer was given by some 74% of respondents in areas outside of Tirana. And let's see one of the most interesting and weird results of the survey.

It is widely thought that Albanians do not trust their system because don't know it, but the truth is the opposite. The more they know the system, the more citizens do not trust it.

81% of people who have had direct experience with the justice system do not trust it. While the figure of those who did not have direct experience but expressed disbelief to it is 66%," said Sinisa Miatovic, UNDP representative

The UNDP survey aims to measure the access of Albanians to the justice system, especially to those in need.

This findings will be taken into account in the draft law on legal aid, which will pass soon to the Assembly..
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