Agency for National Security and secret surveillance measures – is there a control?

New research, named “Agency for National Security and secret surveillance measures – is there a control?”, conducted by Institute Alternative was presented at the press conference on Friday, February 10, 2012.

The research was supported by the Parliament of Montenegro and it is a part of project on possibilities and limitations of democratic and civil control of implementation of secret surveillance measures in Montenegrin legislation and practice – possibilities and limitations.

The aim of the research was to highlight discrepancies with international standards and best practices in the field, as well as to answer the question about potentials and limitations of the surveillance methods with respect to all levels of control, with particular emphasis on parliamentary oversight, all that by thorough analysis of legal framework and implementation of secret surveillance measures.

The research was presented by Marko Sosic and Dina Bajramspahic, project associates in Institute Alternative.

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