Delegation of CoE Congress of Local and Regional Authorities meets Local Self-Government Minister Fazliu
- Thursday, October 12, 2017 5:34 PM
Skopje, 12 October 2017 (MIA) - A delegation of the Council of Europe Congress of Local and Regional Authorities, set to observe the local elections in Macedonia, had a meeting Thursday with Local Self-Government Minister and his deputy, Suhejl Fazliu and Dejan Pavleski respectively.
Fazliu expressed believe that the upcoming elections process would be fair and bring about a new quality to local governance, the Ministry said in a press release.
The functioning of local self-government in Macedonia will a subject of monitoring in the course of next year, the visiting delegation said.
The talks inter alia tackled the cooperation between the central and local government after the ballot and allocation of funds for equitable regional development.
After the local elections, the Ministry will prepare reports within the EU-supported project on advancing the municipal financing management and eradicating corruption, Fazliu said. lk/17:33
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