Justice Minister Eduard Halimi announces completion of the reform of legal aid, which would enable citizens to inform on legislation and free counseling.
Through social network "Facebook", the Minister Halimi writes that the initiative of Prime Minister Sali Berisha will be discussed next week in parliamentary committees.
"Next week is the begining of a reform that's important for the justice system to focus the citizen. At the initiative of the Prime Minister Berisha, a group of experts from the Ministry of Justice and Euralius completed legal aid reform this week discussed in parliamentary committees. Every citizen needs to be informed on legislation, understand it and help. But not everyone has the opportunity to have a lawyer, not everyone has the opportunity to be reminded of a lawyer. Not everyone can afford to pay fees for a lawyer or court fees. "- Writes the Minister Halimi.
Minister of Justice states that it is necessary to open legal offices in every city and informed citizens.
"Informing them is a step towards increasing legal culture, the growth of civic consciousness, increasing law enforcement, consolidation of justice, crime reduction, strengthening the rule of law.
- No fees and court fees for vulnerable groups
- No fees and court fees for victims of violence.
- Free lawyers in every major city of the country, which will help free the citizens who can not afford to have a lawyer.
- 6 clinics that will help citizens to be informed of their rights. "- Halimi.
"Every morning, every citizen wakes up with the idea to change his life, to do better for himself and his family. Sali Berisha, wakes every morning to make better the lives of each of the 4 million citizens of the Republic. We have done a lot for justice reform. In the next 4 years will do even more. We are the best way to walk with you before! "- Concludes Minister Halimi.