June 25, 2019

Steering Committee meeting for the Implementation of the One-Stop-Shop Information System

The 19th Steering Committee meeting for the implementation of the One Stop Shop Information System was held on June 24, 2019. The One Stop Shop Information […]
June 7, 2019

STAR2 Project Steering Committee was summoned for its 6th meeting

The STAR2 Project Steering Committee was summoned for its 6th meeting on June 6th,  2019. The meeting was chaired by the Deputy Minister of Interior, Mrs. […]
September 21, 2018

STAR2 supports capacity building in the 61 municipalities of Albania for the implementation of the Code of Administrative Procedures

The STAR2 project (Consolidating the Administrative and Territorial Reform) supports capacity building in the 61 municipalities of Albania for the implementation of the Code of Administrative […]
September 21, 2018

The municipalities of Delvina, Saranda, Konsipol and Finiq publish the decisions of their Municipal Councils online

      5 new municipalities are now added to the list of municipalities supported by the STAR2 project, Consolidating the Administrative and Territorial Reform, in […]
September 20, 2018

STAR2 and ASLG hold a consultative meeting on coordinating the support provided to strengthen local government

The STAR2 team and the Agency for the Support of Local Self-Governance held a consultative meeting with the purpose of coordinating their work to support the […]
September 20, 2018

The municipalities of Memaliaj and Malesi e Madhe publish their decisions online

The municipalities of Memaliaj and Malesi e Madhe have been supported by STAR2, Consolidating the Administrative and Territorial Reform, in the cataloguing, digitalization and online publication […]

Objectives

Objective 1: Improving services for citizens at the local level
The Administrative-Territorial Reform will lead to local governments’ enhanced administrative, professional, and technical efficiency to deliver modern and qualitative services for citizens. The administrative units (ex-communes) will continue to offer basic services for every citizen of the new municipalities.
Objective 2: Maximizing efficiency and good governance
The Administrative-Territorial Reform will lead to enhanced good governance at the local and regional level; efficient service delivery and effective collection of tariffs and fees by local governments; greater ability to promote and encourage sustainable local economic development.

Objective 3: Empowering local and regional governments, citizens and communities
The Administrative-Territorial Reform will empower local and regional governments by decentralizing more functions and competencies and allocating more public funds to them. The 61 new municipalities will have more opportunities to take part in international cooperation projects; absorb more funds from EU and other donors; and enjoy larger bargaining power vis-à-vis the central government, as well as a greater scope for inter-municipal cooperation.
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The Albanian Government developed and nurtured a platform for close and meaningful cooperation among all stakeholders of the Administrative-Territorial Reform and complied with the highest standards of inclusiveness and transparency. 20,341 citizens, representatives of public institutions and independent agencies, local government, civil society, private sector, media, as well as international organizations and programs, participated in the consultation process.

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Map - 61 Municipalities

Administrative and Territorial Map approved by the Ad-Hoc Parliamentary Commision

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