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Democracy and the State of Emergency II

DEMOKRATIJA I VANREDNO STANJE
Političke bitke nastale iz korona krize na Zapadnom Balkanu, Hrvatskoj i Sloveniji
Izveštaj broj dva

DEMOCRACY AND THE STATE OF EMERGENCY
Political Battles Emerging from the Corona Crisis in the Western Balkans, Croatia and Slovenia
Report Two

Democracy and the State of Emergency II
Democracy and the State of Emergency II
Pozvali smo eksperte, politikologe, sociologe i političke analitičare da daju svoje viđenje odgovora vlada na krizu izazvanu korona virusom, kao i uticaja koji to ima na demokratske institucije i javni život. Izveštaji ”Demokratija i vanredno stanje“ odnose se na aktuelnu situaciju u Albaniji, Bosni i Hercegovini, Hrvatskoj, Kosovu, Crnoj Gori, Severnoj Makedoniji, Srbiji i Sloveniji.
We have asked experts, political scientists, sociologists and political analysts, to write reports on the response of the governments to the corona crisis and their effects on democratic institutions and public life. The reports cover the situation of “Democracy and the State of Emergency” in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia.
Iako su vlade uspele da spreče da se zdravstveni sistemi uruše, možemo videti postepeno opuštanje mera koje utiču na građanska i politička prava. U isto vreme, borba protiv pandemije postaje sve veća politička bitka koja jasno pokazuje različite snage i slabosti pojedinih demokratija. Kako se pandemija korona virusa i odgovori na nju u regionu razvijaju, nastavićemo da pratimo razvoj. Ovo je drugi u nizu izveštaja koji ima za cilj da nadgleda efekte upravljanja pandemijom na institucije, politička i građanska prava, stranke, civilno društvo, kao i spoljne faktore. Više analiza uslediće 15. juna.

While the governments have managed to prevent the healthcare systems from collapse, we can see a gradual relaxation of the measures affecting civil and political rights. At the same time, the fight against the Corona pandemic is becoming more and more of a political battle demonstrating clearly the different strengths and weaknesses of the respective democracies. As the corona pandemic and responses to it in the region unfold, we will continue to monitor the development. This is the second in a series of reports which sets out to monitor effects of the corona crisis management on institutions, political and civil rights, parties, civil society, as well as external factors. More Analysis will follow on June 15.
 

     
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