Journalism guide for financial forensics

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and SHARE Foundation have publicised a Journalism guide for an adequate understanding of financial reports, which is intended for journalists but it can be useful to all those who want to better understand this issue although they do not have developed knowledge in finances.

Agency for Personal Data Protection and Free Access to Information must be liable for the series of illegal decisions

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) received the minutes of the supervision of a natural person, who is the creator of the application The minutes represent the long-awaited response of the Agency for Personal Data Protection and Free Access to Information to the initiative submitted by the CCE to the Council of the Agency in… »

Senate of SAI is deciding about audit of financial management of SEC

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) received a notification from the senator, dr Branislav Radulović, that he will recommend to the Senate to include the financial management of the State Election Commission (SEC) during 2020 within the auditing plan for 2021. The CCE has indicated multiple times to the improper financial management in SEC, starting from… »

APC in the age of the new parliamentary majority

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) received today 6 (six) decisions by which Jelena Perović, director of the Agency for Prevention of Corruption (APC), partially acted upon the CCE Initiative and determined that former DPS MPs Ana Nikolić, Momčilo Martinović, Danijel Živković, Filip Vuković, Željko Aprcović and Petar Smolović violated the Law on Prevention of Corruption… »

Families of the disappeared still lack full legal protection and have no access to truth about their closest

On the occasion of the 30 August – International Day of the Disappeared – Centre for Civic Education (CCE) urges the Prosecutor’s office of Montenegro, as well as other competent governing bodies, such as the Commission on Missing Persons of the Government of Montenegro, to, per regulation, with the adopted declarations and strategic documents, put… »

Prime Minister’s question time and MP’s questions through the prism of statistics

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has published the review „Prime Minister’s question time and MPs questions through the prism of statistics“ which provides an insight into the application of this institute of parliamentary supervision during the last convocation of the Parliament of Montenegro from the numerical point. The statistical review indicates that MPs of the 26th… »

The SEC ignores missing

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) yesterday sent an initiative to the State Election Commission (SEC) requesting the SEC to annul the decision to supply the MEC Berane with ballots from the reserves of ballots in the number that the MEC Berane indicated to be missing for their municipality. However, the SEC rejected this timely… »

The decision on enabling voting of persons in self-isolation must be legal and safe for all actors of the election process

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is surprised with the opinion of the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro (IPHM), submitted to the State Election Commission (SEC), following the decisions of the Constitutional Court, based on the CCE Initiative, to annul the essential provisions Technical recommendations of the SEC which refer to persons to whom a… »

Decision of the Constitutional Court concerning the CCE’s Initiative

The Constitutional Court made the Decision, acting on the initiative submitted by the CCE, and it abolished the essential part Technical recommendations of the State Election Commission (SEC) for the Epidemiological Protection of Voters During Elections. The Constitutional Court confirmed the accuracy of the CCE’s allegations that these recommendations of the SEC were unconstitutional and… »