4.9. Establish efficient and effective protection of whistleblowers (persons that report suspected corruption). Current protection of whistleblowers is regulated by provisions of three laws (the Law on Civil Servants, Law on Free Access to Information of Public Importance and Law on Anti-Corruption Agency), as well as the by the Rulebook on protection of a person who reported suspicious corruption, which was adopted by the Anti-Corruption Agency in 2011. Nevertheless, such protection is limited in its scope for several reasons (a person enjoying protection, the extent of protection, cases in which protection is provided, non-regulated field of sanctions for those who do retaliate, or indemnity or awarding of whistleblowers), therefore, it is necessary to have a complete legal framework in this field that would be ensured with enactment of a special law dealing with protection of persons making disclosures in both, public and private sector, in public interest. In addition, it is necessary to gain trust of the public and persons who are potential whistleblowers, that the adopted law will really guarantee full protection of these persons.