Department of Political Criteria

1. Duties and responsibilities of the Department of Political Criteria are:

1.1. Coordinates the Stabilisation and Association process,in the  area of Copenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights), Madrid Criteria and negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.2. Coordinates the Government European integration negotiation structures, in the  area of Copenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights), Madrid Criteria and negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.3. Coordinates preparation, implementation and monitoring of the Government European integration strategic documents, in the  area of Copenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights), Madrid Criteria and negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.4. Coordinates regular reporting to the European Commission, in the  area of Copenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights), Madrid Criteria and negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.5. Supports the institutional development for the implementation of the acquis communautaire, in the  area of Copenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights), Madrid Criteria and negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.6. Supports the approximation process of respective chapters of the acquis communautaire, in the  area of Copenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights), Madrid Criteria and negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.7. Implements instructions on uniform methodology set by Department of Coordination of the Stabilisation and Association Process.

2. Head of the Department of Political Criteria reports to the Secretary-General.

3. This Department has the following Divisions:

3.1. Division of Political and Administrative Criteria; and

3.2. Division of Judiciary, Justice, Freedom, Security and Fundamental Rights.

4.  The number of employees at the Department of Political Criteria is seven (7).


Division of Political and Administrative Criteria


1. Duties and responsibilities of the Division of Political and Administrative Criteria are:

1.1. Coordinates the Stabilisation and Association process, in the area defined by the substance of theCopenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights) and Madrid Criteria;

1.2. Coordinates the Government European integration negotiation structures, in the area defined by the substance of theCopenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights) and Madrid Criteria;

1.3. Coordinates preparation, implementation and monitoring of the Government European integration strategic documents, in the area defined by the substance of the Copenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights) and Madrid Criteria;

1.4. Coordinates regular reporting to the European Commission, in the area defined by the substance of theCopenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights) and Madrid Criteria;

1.5. Supports the institutional development for the implementation of the acquis communautaire, in the area defined by the substance of theCopenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights) and Madrid Criteria;

1.6. Supports the approximation process of respective chapters of the acquis communautaire, in the area defined by the substance of theCopenhagen Political criteria (including fight against corruption, human and minority rights) and Madrid Criteria.

2. Head of the Division of Political and Administrative Criteriareports to the Head of Department.

3. The number of employees within the Division of Political and Administrative Criteriais is two (2).

Division of Judiciary, Justice, Freedom, Security and Fundamental Rights


1. Duties and responsibilities of the Division of Judiciary, Justice, Freedom, Security and Fundemantal Rights are:

1.1. Coordinates the Stabilisation and Association process, in the framework of negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.2. Coordinates the Government European integration negotiation structures, in the framework of the negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.3. Coordinates preparation, implementation and monitoring of the Government European integration strategic documents, in the framework of the negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.4. Coordinates regular reporting to the European Commission, in the framework of the negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.5. Supports the institutional development for the implementation of the acquis communautaire, in the framework of the negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34;

1.6. Supports in the approximation process of respective chapters of the acquis communautaire, in the framework of the negotiating chapters 23, 24, 31 and 34.

2. Head of the Division of Judiciary, Justice, Freedom, Security and Fundamental Rights reports to the Head of Department.

3. The number of employees within Division of Judiciary, Justice, Freedom, Security and Fundamental Rights is four (4).



Departament of Political Criteria
Valon Gashi
Director
Department of Political Criteria
Ministry of European Integration
Tel: +381 38 200 27019
Email: valon.gashi@rks-gov.net

Minister Bekim Çollaku
Bekim Çollaku

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