Documents: Fundamental rights - Human rights - Respect for private and family life and communications

 Rule of Law in View of EU Accession – April-June 2023

  •  24 July 2023
  •  Ardita Abazi Imeri, Angela Delevska, Beba Zhagar, Juljana Karai
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

This brief summarises the key developments about the rule of law in view of EU accession in North Macedonia from April to June 2023. It includes monitoring the fundamentals of EU accession, including key developments in the functioning of democratic institutions, public administration reform and chapter 23: judiciary and fundamental rights.

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 Rule of Law in View of EU Accession – January-March 2023

  •  27 April 2023
  •  Angela Delevska, Angel Mojsovski, Beba Zhagar, Naum Lokoski
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

This brief summarises the key developments about the rule of law in view of EU accession in North Macedonia from January to March 2023. It includes monitoring the fundamentals of EU accession, including key developments in the functioning of democratic institutions, public administration reform and chapter 23: judiciary and fundamental rights.

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 Rule of Law in View of EU Accession – October-December 2022

  •  31 January 2023
  •  Angela Delevska, Angel Mojsovski, Beba Zhagar
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

This brief summarises the key developments in relation to rule of law in view of EU accession in North Macedonia for the period October – December 2022. It includes monitoring the fundamentals of EU accession, including key developments in the functioning of democratic institutions, public administration reform, and Chapter 23: judiciary and fundamental rights.

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 Annual insight on EU rule of law 2022

  •  30 December 2022
  •  Corina Stratulat, Ivan Novosel, Beba Zhagar, Iva Conevska Vangelova, Tina Đaković, Biljana Kotevska
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Policy document

The rule of law principle is one of the core values comprising the foundations of the European Union. It entails that all public powers act within the boundaries set by the law, in accordance with the values of democracy and respect for fundamental rights. While candidate countries must comply with this principle and adapt the functioning of their institutions accordingly, member states of the EU are also not exempt from this obligation, or the consequences arising from non-compliance.

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 Извештај во сенка за Поглавје 23 за периодот октомври 2021 – септември 2022

  •  29 December 2022
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

 Presentation 3 CH 23 Charter of Fundamental rights

  •  28 October 2022
  •  EU
  •  Official
  •  Other

The Charter of Fundamental Rights was formally proclaimed in Nice in December 2000 by the European Parliament, Council and Commission and on 1 December 2009, with the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, the Charter was given binding legal effect equal to the Treaties. The Charter entrenches all the rights found in the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU; the rights and freedoms enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights; other rights and principles resulting from the common, constitutional traditions of EU countries and other international instruments. It creates legal certainty in the EU, by making fundamental rights clearer and more visible.

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 Rule of Law in View of EU Accession – July-September 2022

  •  25 October 2022
  •  Angela Delevska, Angel Mojsovski, Beba Zhagar
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

This brief summarises the key developments in relation to the rule of law in view of EU accession in North Macedonia for the period of July– September 2022. It includes monitoring the fundamentals of EU accession, including key developments in the functioning of democratic institutions, public administration reform, and chapter 23: judiciary and fundamental rights.

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 Rule of Law in View of EU Accession – April-June 2022

  •  21 July 2022
  •  Angela Delevska, Angel Mojsovski, Beba Zhagar
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

This brief summarises the key developments in relation to rule of law in view of EU accession in North Macedonia for the period April – June 2022. It includes the monitoring of the fundamentals of EU accession, including key developments in the functioning of democratic institutions, public administration reform and chapter 23: judiciary and fundamental rights.

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 Rule of Law in View of EU Accession – January-March 2022

  •  21 April 2022
  •  Ardita Abazi Imeri, Angela Delevska, Angel Mojsovski, Iva Conevska Vangelova
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

This brief summarises the key developments in relation to rule of law in view of EU accession in North Macedonia for the period January – March 2022. It includes the monitoring of the fundamentals of EU accession, including key developments in the functioning of democratic institutions, public administration reform and chapter 23: Judiciary and Fundamental rights. The brief is based on regular monitoring of the key institutions, desk review of available information as well as requests for free access to public information.

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 Immigration detention in North Macedonia expressed in numbers

  •  29 December 2021
  •  Igor Stojcevski
  •  National
  •  Non-governmental organization
  •  Report

The number of detained persons in 2021 (388) is continuously increasing compared to the previous years (2020 – 317, 2019 – 225). There is a slight decrease in the number of detained children in 2021 (55) compared to the same period in 2020 (76). The average period that children spent in detention in RTC Vinojug is 29 days and the maximum is 50 days. In most cases, legal guardian was appointed to the unaccompanied detained children. However sometimes there was a delay in the timely appointment of a guardian. In 2021 the persons were detained at three locations in RC Gazi Baba, RTC Vinojug and RTC Tabanovce. Migrants at RTC Vinojug who were detained as witnesses in the proceedings against the smugglers continued to be held in quarantine before being brought in front of a public prosecutor.

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Key documents
  • European Commission Screening report for the Republic of Croatia
  • European Commission: Urgent Reform Priorities for the Republic of Macedonia
  • The Treaty on European Union
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