The Assessment of the First 100 Days of Government

January 4, 2018

Authors

Delfinë Elshani
economics, migration issues, trade, privatization and budgetary planning
Francisco Garcia
governance, European integration issues, human rights

The current Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj, committed himself to accomplish numerous substantial promises during the electoral campaign. After the certification of the election results, forming a functional Government required some heavy bargaining that only succeeded at the eleventh hour. It has been a hundred days since he managed to form the Government. So, how has his Cabinet performed thus far and what should we expect in the future? The aim of this Policy Analysis is to provide an assessment of the new Government’s first 100 days, and evaluate its performance based on its campaign promises and program. It is intended to be the first of a series of analysis to be followed throughout Haradinaj’s mandate. The analysis will be structured as follows: Section II will provide an analysis of Government decisions and their content. Section III will offer detailed analysis of the legislative program; more precisely, the laws processed, adopted, and new legislative initiatives. The following section will highlight the main developments and challenges regarding Kosovo’s diplomacy, the recognition/ revocation of the independence, membership to different international organizations, and the foreign policy in general. Section V will focus on the degree of transparency shown by the government during this period regarding all the decisions taken thus far. The last section will highlight the main findings of the study.

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Policy Analysis

The Assessment of the First 100 Days of Government

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