The head of the FBiH Uniformed Police, Zoran Čegar, was accused of fraud in Croatia. Part of his property in Bosnia and Herzegovina was acquired illegally. CIN reveals that based on a falsified documents he took possession of other people’s real estate.
The former manager of the “Otoka Olympic Swimming Pool” wasted tens of thousands of BAM of the Sarajevo taxpayers’ money on the search for water that was not found. During his term of office, he also collected about BAM 20,000 in fees to which he was not entitled.
In three years, passengers illegally took at least BAM 37.6 million from BiH to neighboring countries in front of customs officers. The authorities do not know that the money’s gone or where it came from, because its origin is not checked even in cases of legal transfer.
Drivers in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina pay a more expensive roadworthy vehicle inspection due to a rulebook illegally passed by the Minister of Transport and Communications. This has increased the profits of private businessmen, including those close to his party.
Authorities in Neum are giving up millions in parking revenues in favor of a local official of the leading party that controls this tourist town on the Adriatic, violating the laws and hiding from the public the actual area of public spaces he rents out to a private individual and the fees he charges.
Children suffering from cystic fibrosis in Una-Sana Canton have been waiting for months for the Health Insurance Institute to approve expensive medicines. While waiting for approval, the health condition of some has deteriorated and some have moved abroad.