CRINIS is a methodology used to assess the legislative system and examine the procedures of key actors involved in the political financing. It is based on the belief that transparency is a prerequisite for monitoring money in politics.
The purpose of this study was to identify gaps and weaknesses in political financing in Croatia, with a view to increase transparency in the financing of political parties. This report presents the results of the second round of a survey conducted in Croatia as part of regional reports that, in addition to our country, were carried out in Albania, Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo.
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