Pristina, December 16, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
Kosovar Center for Security Studies has conducted a poll about the faith that the citizens of Kosovo have on the security and justice institutions of the country.
According to this Center, citizens have manifested a low level of trust for the government and the courts.
The poll suggests that 63% of the citizens of Kosovo do not trust the work of the government, while 52% say that they do not trust the work of the prosecution. 50,9% of respondents said that they do not trust the judiciary system. 41% of respondents said that they don’t even trust the work of EULEX.
The Kosovar security barometer shows that citizens of Kosovo have faith on firefighters, Kosovo Security Forces and Police of Kosovo.
The study suggests that the citizens also have a low level of faith on the Kosovo Intelligence Agency and Customs.
The poll was conducted in October with 1101 respondents from the entire territory of the Republic of Kosovo. /ibna/