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Intermediary monitoring report on Government's priority agenda (Marcy - July 2016)

Publishing date: Tuesday, 05 July 2016
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This report outlines the progress made under the Roadmap regarding the agenda of high-priority reforms comitted by the Moldovan authorities (Government, Parliament, and some other public institutions) in order to overcome the social, economic and political crisis in Moldova. The document’s provisions refer to a situation in a certain context, and they are to be completed in a period of just 5 months (March 1 – July 31, 2016). Once the crisis is overcome, Moldova is to return to the implementation of strategic policy papers: the Association Agenda and the Moldova-EU Association Agreement, in accordance with the provisions of the National Action Plan and other strategic policy papers. In this sense, the Roadmap is a response of Moldovan authorities to the Conclusions of the European Union’s Foreign Affairs Council of February 15, 2016.

The implementation of the Roadmap until July 2016 has been assessed as follows:

  1. Combating corruption. The target dates for 6 out of 9 activities have passed. 2 activities have been achieved without deficiences, 2 – have been achieved with deficiences, 2 – in progress positive, 2 - in progress negative, 1 – has not been launched.
  2. Public administration reform. The target dates for 3 out of 4 activities have passed. 2 activities have been achieved without deficiences, 2 – in progress positive.
  3. Political parties’ activity and financing. The target dates for 2 out of 4 activities have passed, and 1 is ongoing. 1 activity has been achieved with deficiences, 3 – in progress positive.
  4. Media freedom. The target dates for 2 out of 3 activities have passed. 1 activity has been achieved with deficiences, 1 - in progress positive, 1 – has not been launched.
  5. Justice sector reform. The target dates for all 8 activities have passed. 4 activities have been achieved without deficiences, 4 – have been achieved with deficiences.
  6. Reform of the Prosecution. The target dates for all 3 activities have passed. 2 activities have been achieved without deficiences, 1 – has been achieved with deficiencies.
  7. The negotiation and signing of the Agreement with IMF. The target dates for all 6 activities have passed. 2 activities have been achieved without deficiences, 3 – have been achieved with deficiences, 1 – in progress positive.
  8. NBM and NCFM independence. The target dates for 6 out 8 activities have passed. 2 activities have been achieved without deficiences, 1 – has been achieved with deficiences, 1 – in progress positive, 2 - in progress negative, 2 – have not been launched.
  9. Investigation of banking frauds. Those 2 activities are ongoing. 1 activity is in progress positive, the second is in progress negative.
  10. Business and investement envirionment. The target dates for 9 out of 10 activities have passed and 1 activity is ongoing. 5 activities have been achieved without deficiences, 2 – have been achieved with deficiences, 2 – in progress positive, 1 - in progress negative.
  11. Energetic sector. The target dates for all 5 activities have passed. 2 activities have been achieved with deficiences, 1 – has been achieved without deficiences, 1 – in progress positive, 1 – has not been launched.
  12. Cooperation with civil society. The target dates for all 3 activities have passed. 2 activities are in progress positive, 1 – has not been launched.
  13. Implementation of the Association Agreement and DCFTA. The target dates for all 4 activities have passed. 3 activities have been achieved with deficiences, 1 - in progress negative.

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