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#FYROM: Europski parlamentarci ocjenjuju reformske napore Crne Gore i BJRM u 2015

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Ivo Vajgl

Ako Bivša Jugoslavenska Republika Makedonija može razbiti svoj trenutni politički zastoj, održati slobodne i poštene izbore uskoro i staviti svoje reforme natrag na stazu, onda ne bi trebalo biti nikakvih daljnjih prepreka za početak pregovora o priključenju EU s njom, kažu zastupnici Europskog parlamenta u rezoluciji glasovati četvrtak (10 ožujka). U posebnoj rezoluciji, oni pozdravljaju stalan napredak Crne Gore ka pridruživanju EU.

Bivša Jugoslavenska Republika Makedonija (FYROM)

 “The country is facing a critical time – not only has it been kept waiting too long at EU’s door as a candidate, but it has also been confronted with the challenge of thousands of refugees at its borders”, said rapporteur Ivo Vajgl (ALDE, Slovenia, pictured). “The time has come for it to take a new step towards Euro-Atlantic integration and to start EU accession talks if the elections proceed in accordance with democratic standards”, he added.

Rezolucija o Bivšoj jugoslavenskoj republici Makedoniji, donesena s 404 glasova za, 76 protiv i 29 suzdržanih, poziva svoje političko vodstvo da u cijelosti provede sporazum o nagodbi iz lipnja / srpnja 2015. i izvrši hitne reforme. To bi zemlji pomoglo da prebrodi svoju političku krizu, pripremi se za prijevremene slobodne i poštene izbore, koji su sada zakazani za 5. lipnja 2016., i utrti put za početak pristupnih pregovora s EU, koje je čekala već desetljeće, napominju europarlamentarci.

They also recognise that the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia “has acted as a responsible partner in coping with the huge influx of migrants and refugees”, over 500,000 of whom transited through it last year. The European Commission should provide more support for its  border management, the resolution adds.

Zastupnici su također izraziti zabrinutost zbog raširene korupcije, posebice u državnim i lokalnim upravama, javne nabave i financiranja političkih stranaka i pozivamo vladu u borbi protiv korupcije u neselektivnom način.

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 Crna Gora

 “Montenegro continues to be the good news story of the Western Balkans and I am pleased that our resolution reflects that”, said rapporteur Charles Tannock (ECR, UK), adding that “2016 is a very important year for Montenegro. In the year of its tenth anniversary since independence, the country is going to the polls in parliamentary elections and is in the process of crucial negotiations regarding its potential accession to NATO.”

MEPs welcome the steady progress made in EU accession negotiations with Montenegro, but note that corruption remains a serious concern, particularly in public procurement, healthcare, education, spatial planning, privatisation and the construction sector. They call on Montenegro “to make combating corruption one of its priorities” and welcome the establishment of the Anti-Corruption Agency to this end.

They also commend Montenegro for contributing to EU-led crisis management missions and implementing international restrictive measures, including those taken response to Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea and events in Eastern Ukraine. Finally, MEPs also “welcome  NATO’s decision to invite Montenegro to join the alliance”.

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