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Corruption and Financing of Political Parties - Case of Serbia

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  • Vanja Bajovic

    () (University of Belgrade Law School)

  • Savo Manojlovic

    () (Constitutional Court of Serbia)

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This paper focused on political corruption in Serbia in area of political party funding. In the first chapter are described various forms of political corruption regarding party funding and their peculiarities in post-transitional countries. Legislative, institutional and social anti corruption mechanisms are analyzed after that. The second chapter is dedicated to legislative framework, with particular focus on Serbian Law on financing of political activities and its anti corruptive provisions. Institutional mechanisms that include monitoring agency, financial transparency and judiciary independence are analyzed in the third chapter. Finally, monitoring by free press, informed public and other social conditions are discussed in the end. The paper is illustrated by numerous cases from Serbian practice. It critically examines implementation of quoted mechanisms and gives some legislative suggestions for their improvement.

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  • Vanja Bajovic & Savo Manojlovic, 2013. "Corruption and Financing of Political Parties - Case of Serbia," OBEGEF Working Papers 021, OBEGEF - Observatório de Economia e Gestão de Fraude;OBEGEF Working Papers on Fraud and Corruption.
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    1. Oskar Kurer, 2005. "Corruption: An Alternative Approach to Its Definition and Measurement," Political Studies, Political Studies Association, vol. 53, pages 222-239, March.
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    political corruption; political parties; funding of political parties; Serbia;

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