The Advantages of Administrative Reforms in Judicial System, Democracy Transparence and the Rule of Law (Comparative Analyze in Albanian Legal Case Study)
The European Union has offered autonomous trade concessions to the Balkan countries. All industrial products and most
agricultural products have duty and quota free access. “Autonomous” means that the European Union immediately opens the
internal market, while a longer period of transition is conceded to the Balkan countries before opening up their markets to EU
competition. Albanian economic performances have improved recently. But encouraging signs of economic development are
being at risk by various uncertainties and deficiencies in the Albanian development system. Electricity shortage is a major
handicap of the country. Many working hours are getting lost when electricity is switched of. This increases costs of production
and business management. Infrastructure - traffic and transportation - is a problem, which particularly impedes economic
development and investment in the more remote and rural regions. Regional development is considered a high priority
objective by most experts. There has been moderate progress in judicial reform, which is a key priority of the Opinion. This
article presents a summary of the influences of technical assistance and administrative capacity in development of Albanian
government. In the centre of this study we are using the concepts and innovations of the E-Learning, which is gaining
significant interest in distance education, including reforming political, social and economical developing in Albanian
government reforms and other details.
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