FiecareVot main conclusions and recommendations – Romania presidential election, 10 and 24 November 2019
Youth Vote Matters!
Containing Kremlin: do sanctions work?
Press conference, November 25th – conclusions on the observation of the 2nd round of the presidential elections
- Preliminary conclusions on the observation of the first round of presidential elections (November 8-10, 2019)
VIDEO Clientelistic financing of political parties in Romania, Moldova and Georgia
VIDEO Good Roads for Moldova or for vote buying?
- We asked Josep Borrell, would-be Minister of Foreign Affairs of the EU, about his views on Russia and China
Debate in Brussels: The profile of political clientelism in Eastern Europe: the comparative cases of Romania, Moldova and Georgia
Observation report of the EU Elections and referendum on justice, 26 May 2019 – FiecareVot
The Russian influence in Eastern Europe and beyond
VIDEO Exchanging experiences with Armenia about the Romanian transition
Interview with Therese Pearce Laanela (International IDEA): The out of country voting is not just a technical issue, but a societal discussion
State Capture Estimation and Monitoring of Anti-Corruption Policies at the Sectoral level (SCEMAPS)
The budgets of the Romanian political parties
2019 ANNUAL REPORT: The revival of populism in Eastern Europe
Map of Clientelism in Romania (2004-2018)
Kremlin’s Energy Policy as a Channel of Influence. A comparative assessment.
REPORT. War by other means. Kremlin’s Energy Policy as a Channel of Influence
ANNUAL REPORT 2019 Economical clientelism and media misinformation: two sides of the same coin in electoral campaigns
Map of clientelism in Georgia
The conclusions of the observation mission of the parliamentary elections and the referendum held in the Republic of Moldova on the 24th of February
- We do not believe in coincidences: Do not transform the AEP into a political institution!
The wolf guarding the sheep: we call upon PSD to withdraw their proposal for the appointment of Mircea Draghici, as the President of the Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP)
Map of Clientelism MD
The profile of political clientelism in the region: Romania, Moldova and Georgia
Report on political clientelism in Georgia
[DEBATE IN CHISINAU] Costs of political clientelism in Moldova
Report on the constitutional referendum monitoring mission
We ask for urgent action for a fairly organized referendum: the introduction of SIMPV used at the Parliamentary elections
- FiecareVot: Preliminary Conclusions of the Observation Mission for the 6-7 October Referendum on Redefining the Notion of Family in the Constitution of Romania
Kennedy Academy for Students 2018
There can be no Constitutional referendum in October or November, in Romania
Time to Go Beyond Rhetoric: EU Financing for Moldova Must Be Cut
European call for “Universal Erasmus”
EFOR observed the first round of the partial local elections in the Republic of Moldova, May 20th, 2018: Conclusions
National Energy Regulators: A Comparative Assessment
EFOR contributed to the 2018 Nations in Transit report
A Comparative Assessment – Performance vs Governance of SOEs in Romania, Italy, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic
Media clientelism in Romania 2016-2018
Romania corruption battle exposes the limits of EU’s influence
- Romania’s Descent Into ‘Fire Sale Government’ Worries Civil Society
[VIDEO] EFOR released the annual policy report for 2018
EFOR published the Map of Clientelism v. 3.0
- EFOR ANNUAL REPORT: The bazaar governance
Screening and Counteracting Alternative Realities in Media
Combating Clientelism in Local Investments and Financial Transfers (CC-LIFT)
EFOR policy brief # 61, Money and Politics – the links between public procurement and political parties
A new edition of School for Democracy started in Sinaia
- Money and politics – linking public resources to the illicit financing of political parties
Russia’s energy diplomacy: war by other means or wasteful mess?
The raid of ANAF at RISE Project – an attempt to intimidate investigative journalists
Energy, Russian Influence, and Democratic Backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe
School for Democracy 2017 – Romania
The story of the School for Democracy 2017
- Populism 2.0 and the rebirth of alternatives to the liberal democracy
- Romania Reverses Decision to Weaken Corruption Law
- Why is Romania suddenly in turmoil?
- Explainer: why Romanians are in despair over anti-corruption reforms
Second measurement of the Media Clientelism Index presented in Brussels
PUBLIC HEARING Media Clientelism Index: Measuring media realities in six SE European countries
Repeal the Ordinance!
The Bridge over the Prut, version 2.0
- Civil society vs. Minister Iordache on the case of emergency ordinances
Money and politics – linking EU funds and political parties
Im Schatten von Korruption und Vetternwirtschaft
- Roumanie: élection du Parlement, les sociaux-démocrates favoris
Money and procurement 2: where did the contracts for local investments end up?
Petition against fiscal amnesty in Moldova: to EU, IMF, WB
La corruption, enjeu des législatives roumaines
Mass media and the clientelistic landscape in Gorj
Money and procurement: where did the contracts for local investments end up?
2016 local elections: between transformation and stagnation
Fairpress Newsletter July, 2016
Expert Forum: 177 data operators in local elections, also candidates
Open letter: Romanian civil society asks European leaders to avoid escalating tensions after Brexit; join us and sign the petition
#alegeri2016 #votcorect Observe the local elections with Expert Forum
Democracy from the Fjords: civic participation and transparency in Norway. A personal experience
State Owned Enterprises – Preventing Corruption And State Capture (SCOPE)
Interconnecting Moldova’s energy sector: how can we help?
EFOR ANNUAL REPORT 2016: Political priorities in Romania, Policy priorities in Moldova.
- The Map of Clientelistic Mayors: do you know what your mayor is up to?
[SCHOOL FOR DEMOCRACY] Teaching Democracy in Timisoara
En Roumanie, des livres bidons pour sortir de prison
- Romania probes hundreds of books written by prisoners
Municipal utilities: we begin the monitoring of municipalities and local councils
Three screenings and debates ”De ce eu?” in the Republic of Moldova
Activists and journalists unite to support whistleblowers in South-East Europe
Foregone Opportunities: How Romanian State-Owned Companies Burden Public Budgets
Fairpress Newsletter July, 2015
New laws for public procurement. We ask the Finance Minister Teodorovici to extend the public debate, for a meaningful consultation of the actors involved
Public deposition: How do we ensure the best mechanisms for voting abroad?
Postal voting: it must be done, but it matters how
School for Democracy 2015
Active citizenship – a powerful instrument for consolidating rule of law
Paper vs Internet: is electronic voting a solution for Romania?
The real emergency: Ponta’s resignation!
Debate: Is e-voting a solution for Romania?
We have sent the Electoral Law Committee a project on the Social Security Numbers’ verification system
Press Release: Finance Minister Valcov promises EFOR to publish the report on damages recovery by the National Agency for Tax Administration (ANAF)