The Center for Legal Research and Analysis has prepared a comparative analysis with the best European practices for measuring the performances of public prosecutors.
The comparative legal analysis for measuring the performance of public prosecutors in Hungary, France, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Croatia and Macedonia is one of the key results within the project “Creating a Public Prosecution Monitoring Matrix” implemented by the Center for Legal Research and Analysis – CPIA and PwC Macedonia, funded by UK Aid through the United Kingdom Government.
The main objective of the comparative analysis is dual:
1. To provide insight into the reforms in the judicial sector implemented in the United Kingdom and in the selected Member States of the European Union (EU), with particular emphasis on measuring the performance of public prosecutors;
2. To identify the best European and international practices and standards for assessing the performance of prosecutor systems and their potential applicability in a Macedonian context.
The analysis is available on the following link: