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.
Mirko Šarović, president of the Serb Democratic Party (SDS) and state MP, and his wife Stojanka own six valuable properties in Belgrade, Serbia which he never declared in his asset declaration. While he denies having them, his wife says the opposite.
Former president of the SDP BiH, Zlatko Lagumdžija, bought an apartment in Rovinj, Croatia, with a storage room and a parking space, as well as a house that he paid a little over a million BAM. For nearly the same amount, he sold a weekend house with land in the elite Sarajevo neighborhood of Poljine to an Arab company.
Member of the Federation Parliament Salmir Kaplan sold the apartment he bought at a preferential price from the institutions of the Sarajevo Canton. This transaction has earned him nearly BAM 20,000. CIN previously wrote that, although he had an apartment in Sarajevo, he received almost BAM 25,000 from the budget for accommodation.
Before taking the position of the first man of East Sarajevo, Ljubiša Ćosić worked as an economic analyst, educator, and advisor for nearly a decade. In this town he has an apartment worth BAM 180,000, and he drives a car worth BAM 76,000.
Member of the National Parliament Nermin Mandra has held various positions in public companies and institutions at all levels of government for more than two decades. During that period, he obtained two apartments, a weekend house, an expensive car, and 55,000 BAM in savings.