Cooperation against corruption

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Supreme Court of Montenegro, the Ministry of Justice and the Supreme State Prosecution in order to implement the project “Monitoring of court cases related to corruption offenses”. The Memorandum is an expression of understanding of all parties that for the purpose of… »

CCE presents experiences from the negotiation process in the region

Mr Boris Maric, Senior Legal Advisor of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the member of the Working Group on Chapter 23 (Judiciary and Fundamental Rights), is participating today at the regional conference “EU Accession: What is the role (if any) of CSOs?”. The conference is organised by the Balkan Civil Society Development Network,… »

Penalty fines must be in conformity with the Constitution

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) informs the public that the Parliament of Montenegro, the Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Justice refused to give an opinion to the Constitutional Court on the initiative to review the constitutionality of the Law on Misdemeanors. We recall that CCE submitted, about three months ago, to the Constitutional… »

Citizens must have an effective capacity of influencing the decisions of authorities

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in the light of the current changes to the Constitution, renews its call to change the constitutional norm that defines the so-called “right of citizens initiative”. This norm does not encourage active citizenship, which is an essential precondition for the democratization of Montenegrin society and building of democratic political culture.… »