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Fifth Session Council for Coordination and Monitoring of the Open Government Partnership Process and National OGP Action Plan 2018-2020

Skopje, September 22nd,  2020

On September 21st, the fifth video-session was held og the Council for Coordination and Monitoring of the Open Government Partnership Process and National OGP Action Plan 2018-2020.

The session was organized and chaired by Mr. Martin Todevski, co-chair of the Council for Coordination and Monitoring of the Open Government Partnership Process (Council )and National OGP Action Plan 2018-2020 (NAP).

The session noted attendance from 9 Council Members, as well as Gordana Gapikj Dimitrovska - National Open Government Partnership Coordinator under the Ministry of Information Society and Administration (MISA), Adrian Abazi and Stanislav Vasilkovski – MISA.

After adoption of proposed minutes, Council members reviewed, discussed and adopted the following proposed documents: draft-Report of the fourth session of the Council for Coordination and MOnitoring of the OGP process, held on 29.07.2020, Open Government Partnership educational materials and draft-Priority reas and working groups for co-creation in accordance with lodged applications for participating in the process of co-creation of the Open Government Partnership Action Plan 2021-2023.

On behalf of the working group (established by the Council for Coordination and Monitoring of the Open Government Partnership Process and National OGP Action Plan 2018-2020) comprised of: Darko Antikj from the Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and Equality of Women, Ivona Staleska from Foundation Open Society Macedonia, tasked to prepare the educational material, and Eli Chakar from Ministry of Local Self-Government, Ivona Stalevska presented the group's work dynamics and the content of the prepared material.

Gordana Gapikj Dimitrovska presented an overview of the draft-priority areas and working groups for co-creation in accordance with lodged applications for participating in the process of co-creation of the Open Government Partnership Action Plan 2021-2023, whose content was created based on the Procedure for Conducting Public Consultations for creating new priorities and commitments within the process "Open Government Partnership", with a view to provide timely, streamlined, inclusive and transparent process of co-creation of the Open Government Partnership Action Plan 2021-2023.

Each Council member voted electronically on agenda items.

Two representatives of the expert and administration service under MISA and Ivona Stalevska (Council member and coordinator of the OGP Civil Society Organizations Network) secured administrative and logistic support to prepare and organize the session.