Pristina, 31 May 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
The last report of UNDP says that 78% of citizens in Kosovo believe that social economic conditions are the biggest problems that concern the country.
Respondents have ranked unemployment, poverty, emigration as the main problems, while the majority has expressed their discontent about the Association of Serb Communes.
Respondents have also expressed their discontent about the work of state institutions.
According to the data of the report, only 17% of Kosovars are happy with the justice system, 24% are happy with the work of the prime minister, marking a drop from last November, when this percentage was 34.
34% of respondents were happy with the president, while 20% were happy with the speaker of parliament.
As far as corruption is concerned, citizens continue to perceive health institutions as the most corrupt ones, followed by KEC, government and judiciary system.
These data were part of the public poll called ‘Public Barometer” carried out with 1300 respondents in all communes of Kosovo.
UNDP’s vice president, Alexandra Roccasalro said that the perceptions reflect reality. Meanwhile, this year migration has become one of the indicators of the study. /balkaneu.com/