The Institute for Democracy ‘Societas Civilis’ (IDSCS), in the framework of the project ‘CSOs Watchdog Network for Prevention of Spoils and Conflict of Interests in the Public Administration’, published the study ‘Spoils System and Conflict of Interests in the Public Administration: State, Legal Framework for Prevention and Effectiveness of the Model’. The author of the study is Dragan Gocevski, Assistant professor in administrative law and public administration at the Faculty of Law ‘Iustinianus Primus’, Political Science Department.
The study provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of affairs in the field of prevention of conflict of interest in the Republic of Macedonia. The author focuses on the legal framework, the national strategic goals for improvement of policies directed at prevention of conflict of interest, the responsible institutions and their competences in the field. The study advocates a series of recommendations for future development of the framework for prevention of conflict of interest.
The project ‘CSOs Watchdog Network for Prevention of Spoils and Conflict of Interests in the Public Administration’ is implemented by the Institute for Democracy ‘Societas Civilis’ (IDSCS), the Institute for Economic Strategies and International Affairs ‘Ohrid’ (OI) and the Macedonian Institute for Media (MIM). The project is financially supported by the European Union through the Civil Society Facility programme.