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Through the Partnership for Good Goverance (PGG) the European Union and the Council of Europe are working together to strengthen governance in the Eastern Partnership region.
PGG has two successive phases (PGG I 2015-2018 and PGG II 2019-2021) and it provides expertise to help Eastern Partnership countries’ institutions implement reforms in the field of judiciary and fight against corruption to bring them closer to Council of Europe standards.
Progress has been made under the first phase towards independent anti-corruption bodies and moving judicial reforms forward. The work continues under the second phase with a focus on bringing bring better, more efficient and transparent services to citizens.
This is done through a variety of activities: legislative review, conferences, seminars, working groups, networking, analytical reports and training sessions led by Council of Europe staff and international experts.
Through implementing key judicial reforms and fighting against corruption Eastern Partnership countries will increase their citizens’ trust in the state, increase long term stability in the region and create an investment-safe climate.
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