Corner Reports

Monthly Report (May 2009) 03 June 2009

1. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

          1.1. The Ministries of Interior and Justice “show off their mussels”

          1.2. Prime Minister’s Letter

          1.3. The Police’s Threats

          1.4. Political (no) efforts for protecting the rights of the children 

...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (April 2009) 10 May 2009

1. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATION OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES 

1.1. Government for EVERYTHING...

1.2. The judiciary failed (again) the independence test

1.3. Nepotism or?!

1.4. The benefits for second and fourth child annulled

2. VIOLATION OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS 

2.1. The case of Nderim Mamuti and others, Skopje

2.2. Is there responsibility for illegal action – the case of kindergarten “...

Corner Reports

Годишен извештај за човековите права во РМ за 2008 10 May 2009

Денес, Хелсиншкиот комитет за човекови права на Република Македонија го објави својот Годишен извештај за состојбата со човековите права во Република Македонија за 2008 година.

Годишниот извештај можете да го превземете на следниов линк .


Corner Reports

Monthly Report (March 2009) 10 April 2009

1.  PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATION OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Elections 2009

1.2. The Constitutional Court abolished the disputed birth rate stimulations

1.3. Hospitalisation at the Psychiatric Hospital “Skopje” on the verge of legality

1.4. System error or..?

2. VIOLATIONS OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS

2.1. The cases of the workers injured and killed at their places of work

2.1. The case of...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (February 2009) 10 March 2009

1. PUBLIC EVENTS AND DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES VIOLATIONS

1.1.2009 Elections: Less “Politics”- More Rule of Law

1.2. Complete Marginalization of the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption

1.3. Steps Leading to Segregation of Macedonia

1.4. The State Department Report Confirms the Relevant Conclusions of the Helsinki Committee on the Human Rights Situation in the Republic of Macedonia

2....

Corner Reports

Bimonthly Report (December 2008 - January 2009) 10 February 2009

I. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATION OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Prohibition of abortion or a way to theocracy?

1.2. Allocation of funds from the budget of the Republic of Macedonia to citizens associations and foundations 

1.3. The Venice Commission confirmed the position of the Helsinki Committee on the anti-discrimination legislation in Macedonia        

1.4. If the dawn...

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