DEMOCRACY AND THE STATE OF EMERGENCY

Easing Measures and Rising Tensions in the Struggle with the Corona Crisis in the Western Balkans, Croatia and Slovenia, Report Three

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.

While the anti-Corona measures are being relaxed in most cases, the State of Emergency has not been lifted in all countries of the region, yet. North Macedonia is struggling with a worrisome increase in infections. Five countries of the region are preparing for elections. The Coronavirus crisis is in a way a mirror held up to each country revealing its strengths and weaknesses as well as its state of democracy. As the corona pandemic and responses to it in the region unfold, we will continue to monitor the development. This is the third 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 July 13.

Democracy and the state of emergency

Democracy and the state of emergency

Easing measures and rising tensions in the struggle with the Corona crisis in the Western Balkans, Croatia and Slovenia ; Report three
Belgrade, 2020

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