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Serbia Judicial Reform and Government Accountability Project
|From left, U.S. Ambassador Mary Warlick; Minister of Justice Snezana Malovic; President of the High Court Council Nata Mesarovic; and Chief of Party Laurence Vetter, present the Judicial Reform and Government Accountability Project on Oct. 6, 2011.|
On October 6, 2011, NCSC held a launch event for USAID’s Judicial Reform and Government Accountability Project, a five-year initiative to support judicial reform and good governance in Serbia, and to further enable the country’s integration in the broader European community.
The event featured remarks by the U.S. Ambassador to Serbia, Mary Warlick; the Serbian Minister of Justice, Snezana Malovic; and the President of the High Court Council, Nata Mesarovic.
Following the opening remarks, the project’s Chief of Party, Laurence Vetter, presented the goals of the project, which will work with newly formed Misdemeanor Courts to strengthen judicial administration and the enforcement of judgments in Serbia, and will work with the Anti-Corruption Agency, among other agencies, to strengthen efforts to counter corruption.
The five-year, 21.8 million dollar, USAID Judicial Reform & Government Accountability Project is implemented by the National Center for State Courts.
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