Ramo Isak, the FBiH Minister of Internal Affairs, and his family own two companies and 15 real estate properties in Zenica and Sarajevo. More than half of these properties were acquired in the past six years.
The Minister of Communications and Transport of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Edin Forto, has been receiving a salary from public institutions’ budgets for the past decade. Although his earnings have increased over the years, he has not invested money in real estate. He lives with his family in an apartment inherited from his parents.
State deputy and former FBiH minister Šemsudin Dedić has been receiving his salary from the public budget throughout his career. Not investing much in real estate, he managed to save almost 340,000 BAM.
Nedeljko Čubrilović, president of DEMOS and Minister of Transport and Communications in the Government of Republika Srpska, has an apartment in Serbia with his wife Miloja, which he failed to declare in his asset declaration report. His son Đuro Čubrilović, a member of the Banja Luka City Assembly, also failed to declare two business premises he owns in this city.
CIN updated its database of “Disciplinary punishments against judges and prosecutors” adding the disciplinary proceedings decisions that HJPC imposed on judges, prosecutors, and expert associates.
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.
Retired miner Blago Prskalo donated valuable real estate in Mostar, Zagreb, and Makarska to his daughters Mirjana Perić and Bernadica Čović. This is how the Čović couple acquired the property after the investigations and court disputes against the HDZBiH president.