We help citizens practice their rights and freedoms in an easier way; public administration to become a real service and promote the relations between the authorities and the citizens.

Our principles:

We follow and monitor the activities of the authorities publicly, honestly and professionally.
Equal in the relations towards everyone.
Professional in our work, open for suggestions and prepared for a permanent progress.

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  • 28 April 2017

    AN APPEAL OF THE OMBUDSMAN REGARDING THE CLASHES IN THE PARLIAMENT

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  • 30 March 2017

    PRESS CONFERENCE FOR PROMOTION OF THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE DEGREE OF PROVISION,...

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About the Institution

The Ombudsman is special, specific, professional and independent organ with special status for protection of citizens rights which means that it isn’t legislative body, executive nor judicial authority and it isn’t state prosecutor nor inspection organ. His meaning and specific of his function lies in the way of his work and behaviour. Method and way of work of the Ombudsman consists of giving proposals, advises, suggestions, co-operation, ability to hear citizens and to act timely for realisation rights citizens.

As bearer of the function the Ombudsman is transparent and his office is open every working day and accessible for every citizen of the Republic of Macedonia any other person.

The Ombudsman has competence to undertake actions and measures for protection of principle of non-discrimination and adequate and equitable representation of community members in the state administration bodies, the local self-government units and the public institutions and agencies.




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