Translated by: Kristi Gadeshi –
With their report “Towards Justice”, the OSCE Presence in Albania today presented an analysis of civil proceedings in the district courts.
In his speech, OSCE Ambassador in Tirana, Eugen Wollfarth said that Albania has made progress in the justice system but still more needs to be done.
“The report makes a tangible contribution to help the justice system and I am confident that this will be a help for steps to be taken in the future. Every society, every citizen seeks a well-functioning justice system, an efficient and independent system that guarantees transparency. The functioning of the judiciary had great achievements, but the realization of reforms does not mean that there is no more work to be done “- said Wollfarth.
Wollfarth also said that the report clearly states that there is still room for improvement in the system to meet international standards.
“Based on the monitoring in 140 sessions, the report shows how to increase efficiency, when it was seen that there was nothing crucial in resolving these issues. Courts can edit the number of pending issues and settle disputes quickly. The report is a working document, open invitation for comments by all. We speak out by working for justice in Albania, the report’s general recommendations received strong support from our partners, “- concluded the Ambassador.
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