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Publishing year: 2013.
The research “How much is invested into the fight against corruption and organized crime and are there visible results in this respect?” was established within the sub-programme of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) Accountability and Transparency of the Government and it aims to raise awareness on the expenditures from the Budget of Montenegro and European Union funds. The specific objective of the project is to point out the investments in the fight against corruption and organized crime, as one of the key problems of Montenegro on its path towards the EU and the (in)visible results in this direction.
CCE has conducted research in the period from 17 January to 6 February 2013, taking into account the funds for project activities in the field of fight against corruption and organized crime invested in Montenegro from 2007 to 2012, through the financial support received through the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance, as well as direct allocations from the Budget of Montenegro into the key bodies responsible for combating corruption and organized crime.
Corruption and organized crime have been long lasting challenges in front of the Montenegrin way to the EU, along with an internal democratization of the country.