Journal of Political Science and Development
International Journal of Political Science and Development
Vol. 2(9), pp. 218 –226, October, 2014.
Corruption in the field of tendering in Kosovo
University of Pristina, Kosovo. E-mail: Azemh2002@yahoo.com.hk. E-mail: Tel.+37744820012
Accepted 31 October 2014
many world countries is facing numerous challenges such as: organized
crime, corruption generally, including corruption in the field of
tendering. These harmful phenomena are causing dissatisfaction among
citizens, especially due to the fact that the punishment of their
perpetrators is indicating stagnation and other big uncertainties.
Corruption in the field of tendering in Kosovo is manifested in many
different forms. The consequences of corruption in the field of
tendering, though of different natures, mainly dominate those of
economic-social character. This consequence demonstrates the main
reflections on the state budget damage and in the loss of interest of
international and local businesses to invest in Kosovo. The consequence
of corruption continues to be also the flaws segment of country
integration into relevant institutions of international character. Of
course the biggest concern for the country with the weakest economy in
Europe and the youngest population is the fact of not punishing
corrupted people who belong to state and political high profile. Evident
concerns are noticed also regarding the punishment of medium profile
officials, which when accused minimum punishments are imposed to them.
Therefore, in public and professional opinion is created the perception
that Kosovo responsible state institutions, despite the assistance
coming from EULEX, are powerless to win the fight against this social
gangrene. For some of the substantive aspects of this fight will be
discussed within this short scientific paper.
Cite This Article As: HAJDARI A (2014). Corruption in the field of tendering in Kosovo. Inter. J. Polit. Sci. Develop. 2(9): 218-226.