The foresight analysis of the fight against corruption until 2030 by the Institute for Democracy, through a favorable and unfavorable scenario, contributes to the strategic planning of the institutions in the fight against corruption.
The scenario with a favorable climate for the development of anti-corruption until 2030 foresees a situation in which North Macedonia is deeply involved in reforms regarding the rule of law, and the results of these reforms are already visible. In a scenario with an unfavorable climate for the development of anti-corruption until 2030, the strength of the corruption actors and the weakness of the European conditionality prevent the essential reforms in the judiciary.
Human capital is not infinite, and the decision to stay in the country depends not only on money, but also on improving the quality of life, quality of services and freedom from corruption. There is a great need to recognize this vicious circle and step decisively in realizing the weaknesses of the system.
This investment implies investing in people and resources of the institutions and enabling management staff who will be able to independently lead the institutions. Central responsibility for this lies with the Government and the Parliament. The government should find a way to abandon appointments based on party affiliation and enable a quality process of formulating future anti-corruption goals and policies. It is the duty of the Parliament to protect the institutions, providing them with resources and quality laws according to which they should act.
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