Vetting process in Albania: more than 63% of Judges and Prosecutors have so far been dismissed or resign

Vetting process in Albania: more than 63% of Judges and Prosecutors have so far been dismissed or resign
 

 The Vetting process aims at clearing the Justice System in Albania from the corrupted judges and prosecutors who do not fulfill their constitutional duty.

This process is closely related to the country's integration into the European Union, as it is considered by the internationals as the lead reform of all the reforms Albania must undertake. in order to join the European family.

In the "60 Seconds" column published by Prime Minister Edi Rama, it has been reported that 107 judges and prosecutors have gone to the Veting process, of which 48 were confirmed in office, 44 were dismissed and the 15 have resigned.

This means that 63.13 percent of judges and prosecutors who have passed the vetting process until now have now been removed due to corruption.

Of course we are dealing with a scandalous figure, but this justifies the fact that in all international reports Albania ranks among the most corrupt countries.

From the information provided by the Independent Qualification Commission (IQC) all the dismissed judges could not justify their assets. It is also reported that 13 of the dismissed entities that have appealed the decision to the Independent Appeals Commission (IAP), it turns out that no single complain have been accepted, leading to their final discharge.
Vetting process in Albania: more than 63% of Judges and Prosecutors have so far been dismissed or resign Vetting process in Albania: more than 63% of Judges and Prosecutors have so far been dismissed or resign Sunday, March 10, 2019 Rating: 5
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