Android app for reporting corruption in Republic of Macedonia now available

Issued by Transparency International Macedonia



Prijavi Korupcija, the most innovative tool helping the citizens in the fight against corruption in the Republic of Macedonia, has published its mobile app for Android phones in Macedonian language.

This application allows users to report cases of corruption, which are checked afterwards by the TI-Macedonia team and, as validated, published online at www.prijavikorupcija.org. Users can also view reported cases, categorized by case type, and by geographic area. This application is the first of its kind in the Balkans, and Europe as well.  All private information supplied by the reporting party is not available to the public.

PrijaviKorupcija.org is a joint project by Transparency International – Macedonia and the Center for International Relations (Washington D.C.),  allowing citizens to report cases of corruption via ONE (Mobile Operator) by sending SMS from their mobile phones, sending an email, using the web form, the hashtag #korupcijaMK on Twitter, or by reporting by phone through this application.

Go to the app at Google Play by clicking here.

A similar app will soon be available for iPhone users.

*This project is supported by the National Endowment for Democracy

 

 


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